American Structurepoint in the News

American Structurepoint projects and people appeared in the news media 23 times in February. Read on for a recap.

  • Several news outlets covered news of a $98 million housing and retail project planned for 96th Street and Allisonville Road. American Structurepoint is providing multiple services for the project. The news appeared in the Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ), Inside Indiana Business, Hamilton County Reporter, and the Larry in Fishers Blog (see article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter).
  • February contained much news about the Purple Line, the next leg of the Indianapolis business rapid transit line. Several informative open houses took place, and construction began on the line linking Lawrence to downtown Indianapolis. We are providing program management services to the Indianapolis Department of Public Works on the project. The IBJ, Indianapolis Star, and Indy Midtown Magazine published news articles about the project.
  • Indiana lawmakers tabled action on a proposed amendment that would have stymied construction of the Blue Line, the third leg of the bus rapid transit system in Indianapolis, according to the IBJ and radio station We are providing program management services for the Indianapolis Department of Public Works for this project.
  • Construction began on Greenhouse Short North, a 7-story residential and spa complex in Columbus, Ohio, for which we provided civil engineering and land surveying services. Columbus Business First, Columbus Underground, and The Columbus Dispatch published articles about the project.
  • Ramping up of construction activities in Johnson and Marion counties on the massive I-69 Design-Build project appeared on CBS News 4. We are the lead engineering designer for the 26-mile segment from Fairview Road in Johnson County to I-465 in Marion County.
  • The Toledo Blade reported that American Structurepoint is providing engineering and construction inspection services for a $705,000 project to reconstruct Maplewood Avenue in Sylvania, Ohio.
  • Inside Indiana Business shared the news that Kaitlyn Currie (Utility Infrastructure, Indianapolis Design Center) is a finalist for Indy’s Best and Brightest list. She will be honored at a March 24 ceremony.
  • The Canton Independent reported that the Stark County (Ohio) commissioners approved a contract for American Structurepoint to design two sewage systems that will replace failing septic tank systems for 160 Lexington Township homeowners.
  • Columbus Business First published an article about construction beginning on a 14,000-sft retail development in Shawnee Hills, Ohio, for which we provided civil engineering and land surveying services.
  • An affordable housing project on Columbus’ east side for which we provided civil engineering and land surveying services made news in Columbus Business First. The development at 1540 E. Main Street will offer 50 apartment units and 1,500 sft of commercial space.
  • The Noble County Commissioners’ hiring of American Structurepoint to conduct a property conditions assessment on the Noble County Courthouse made news in the Albion Sun and KPC News.
  • Your Local News.Com reported on American Structurepoint’s sponsorship of the fifth annual State of Our Communities event in Wabash County, Indiana.
  • Inside Indiana Business and radio station WBIW reported that American Structurepoint made the Best Places to Work in Indiana list (see article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter).
  • Current in Noblesville reported that additional funding from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization will help pay the costs of designing and building Phase 1 of the Pleasant Street project for which we are providing design services.
  • American Structurepoint’s work to do a retail gap analysis for Crawfordsville, Indiana made news in the Crawfordsville Journal Review. The article quoted Planning + Economic Development Group Leader Matt O’Rourke about the study to be completed later this year.

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