American Structurepoint in the News

American Structurepoint projects and people appeared in the news media 22 times in November. Here’s a recap.

  • KPC News and the Albion News Sun reported on the ceremonial groundbreaking of the Noble County Annex in Albion, Indiana.  We are providing architectural design services for the 40,000 sft, $15 million annex. (Please see the article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter)
  • The Princeton Daily Clarion published multiple articles throughout November regarding the Gibson County Jail project for which we are providing architecture design services. The Gibson County Commissioners voted to direct American Structurepoint to design a 288-bed new site jail for the county with two other smaller alternates.
  • The Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly reported on the grand opening of State Boulevard in Fort Wayne. The publication reported that American Structurepoint designed the entire project and oversaw construction.
  • A letter to the editor in the Terre Haute Tribune Star thanked American Structurepoint for being a sponsor of the virtual 7th Annual Night of Scouting fundraising event held by the Boy Scouts of Wabash Valley.
  • Inside Indiana Business reported that the Hard Rock Casino in Gary has postponed its January 2021 opening and instead will open in spring 2021. We provided several preliminary roadway, traffic study, and right-of-way permitting services for roadwork associated with the project.
  • com published an article regarding the City of Carmel’s virtual Veterans Day Ceremony of which we were a sponsor.
  • The Chicago Tribune reported the postponement of a public event to be hosted by American Structurepoint on December 9 regarding sponsorship opportunities available at the Dean and Barbara White Community Center in Merrillville due to rising COVID-19 cases. We designed the combination community center and sports facility.
  • Inside Indiana Business and Current In Geist published articles about expansion plans at Camp Belzer in Indianapolis, a 200-acre Boy Scouts of America campus. American Structurepoint provided civil/site engineering and land surveying work for the project’s first phase. (Please see the article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Lafayette Journal & Courier and WLFI Channel 18 continued reporting about construction progress at the Loeb Stadium that we designed. (Please see the article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • The Other Side of Fishers website reported on the completion of the 96th Street Rehabilitation project for which we provided multiple design and construction inspection services (Please see the article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter.)

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