American Structurepoint Makes Headlines

American Structurepoint people and projects appeared in the media a whopping 33 times in June! Read on for this month’s recap.

  • Confirmation of $77.5 million in funding from the US Department of Transportation for the Blue Line bus rapid transit project made news via The Indianapolis Star and President Donald Trump’s Twitter account. We are providing comprehensive program management services as the owner’s technical representative for the Indianapolis Department of Public Works for the project that will link the City of Lawrence to downtown Indianapolis.
  • The Current in Carmel reported that the grand opening of the 122-room luxury Hotel Carmichael will occur in early August. We provided structural engineering services for the hotel that saw its scheduled May opening delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The anticipated July opening of a 100,000-sft Amazon fulfillment center in Whiteland, Indiana, for which we provided civil engineering and land surveying services, attracted much media attention. Inside Indiana Business, Johnson County Daily Journal, WRTV Channel 6, and WXIN Fox 59 all shared news about the opening.
  • Columbus Director of Business Development and External Affairs Conner Brintlinger wrote a first-person reflection of his trip to Normandy, France, that The Columbus Dispatch published on the 75th anniversary of D-Day. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Athletic Business Magazine published a two-page spread complete with photos touting the amenities and community benefits derived from the Hammond Sportsplex & Community Center. We provided architecture, interiors, structural engineering, and civil engineering services for the $20 million project. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Princeton Daily Clarion reported that American Structurepoint President and COO Rick Conner spoke at the June 8 Gibson County Council meeting regarding the Gibson County Jail project. We have been hired to study and design either a new jail or expansion of the existing jail.
  • A second cost estimate for a new Noble County Annex Building is in the works, according to The Albion New Era and KPC News. We are designing the new annex project.
  • The Hilliard, Ohio City Council approved the development agreement for Alton Place, a nearly $300 million, 354-acre mixed-use development for which we are doing civil engineering, land surveying, and utility infrastructure work. Columbus Business First reported the project is moving forward after three years of development.
  • Multiple news outlets and trade publications reported on the groundbreaking of a 1 million-sft warehouse for Cooper Tire in Whiteland, Indiana for which we are doing civil and site engineering. The project attracted the attention of the Commercial Property Executive, KPC News, Connect Media Chicago, and the Supply Chain Council of the European Union.
  • Radio Station WBIW and Indiana Media published info about three virtual public hearings during June for the Bloomington 7-Line that will provide a protected east-west bicycle lane and improved bus corridor along Seventh Street. We are providing engineering design services for the project.
  • Columbus Business First reported about a 4-story mixed-use development of condos and retail space being developed in the Grandview Heights area of Columbus, Ohio. We provided civil engineering and land surveying services for the development.
  • The Chicago Tribune and The Northwest Times of Indiana reported on several updates about the Merrillville Community Recreation Center currently under construction. We are designing the facility. (Please see the article elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Features and benefits of Glasswater Creek of Plainfield, Indiana, an assisted living community we designed, caught the attention of
  • Columbus Business First and The Columbus Underground reported on an updated plan for a mixed-use development project in the Short North area of Columbus, Ohio. We are providing civil and site engineering services for the project.
  • The Hamilton County Reporter and the Larry in Fishers blog covered news that the SR 37 Corridor improvement project’s budget increased by $42 million and that the City of Fishers is moving forward with interchange construction plans as originally planned. American Structurepoint is responsible for managing the entire design team for the corridor, the design of the 126th Street interchange currently under construction, and the 131st Street interchange.
  • The Athens Reporter in Athens, Ohio told its readers that American Structurepoint would have staff in that city to conduct annual bridge inspections.
  • The opening of a new apartment building in the Franklinton area of Columbus, Ohio, was noted by the Columbus Underground. We provided civil engineering and land surveying services for the project.
  • Approval of spending $578,198 to install a state-of-the-art video board for the under-construction Loeb Stadium in Lafayette, Indiana, attracted the attention of The Lafayette Journal & Courier and WLFI Channel 18.
  • Building Indiana Magazine and Inside Indiana Business shared the news that award-winning architect Joe Rebber has joined our healthcare architecture practice as a project architect.

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