American Structurepoint in the News

American Structurepoint projects and people appeared in the news media 31 times in March. Read on for a recap.

  • Several entities reported about construction beginning for the Purple Line bus rapid transit project linking Lawrence to downtown Indianapolis. These included the Current in Geist, WISH-TV Channel 8, and WIBC Radio. We are providing program management services to the Indianapolis Department of Public Works for the project.
  • The Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ) reported the state’s announcement that The Indiana School for the Deaf will relocate to the campus for the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ISBVI) in Indianapolis, resulting in existing buildings (at ISBVI) undergoing renovations and new buildings being constructed. We conducted the feasibility study providing data and analysis the state used to make its decision.
  • Multiple news outlets reported on the opening of the Allison Transmission Innovation Center for which we provided architecture, interior design, civil and structural engineering, landscape architecture, and traffic engineering. Coverage appeared in Inside Indiana Business, WTHR Channel 13, Yahoo News, Truck, Diesel, and Just (Please see the article appearing elsewhere in the newsletter.)
  • Several Columbus, Ohio, news outlets reported on the opening of the Honda Automotive Laboratories of Ohio, an $124 million wind tunnel testing facility in East Liberty. We provided civil engineering services for the test center, reported in Columbus Business First, The Columbus Dispatch, and ABC 6 On Your Side.
  • Our work to conduct a housing study for the City of Goshen, Indiana, made news in The Goshen News and The Elkhart Truth. City officials commissioned the study to seek a strategy for getting more housing developed there.
  • The Northwest Indiana Times reported that Traffic Team Leader Patrick O’Connor presented the findings of a downtown parking study we conducted to the Crown Point City Council.
  • Business Development Director Angie Frazier’s participation in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Woman of the Year campaign made news in the Current in Fishers.
  • The Reimagine Pleasant Street project in Noblesville, Indiana, for which we are providing multiple roadway design services, will remain on schedule now that the City of Noblesville reached an agreement with IDI Composites to acquire the firm’s current location. The IBJ, Inside Indiana Business, The Indianapolis Star, and Hamilton County Reporter published news of the agreement and IDI’s plans to build a new manufacturing facility in a Noblesville business park.
  • American Structurepoint and Purdue University’s winning a national award from the American Council of Engineering Companies for the Newman Road Underpass project made news in the Building Indiana Magazine, Purdue Exponent, Lafayette Leader, and US
  • The Indianapolis Star published an article about roundabouts under construction or planned for Hamilton County, Indiana, and mentioned several of our projects. These included five roundabouts planned for Pleasant Street in Noblesville, the SR 37 Corridor project, and Range Line Road.
  • CBS Channel 4 reported on construction beginning this spring on two of our roundabout projects in Carmel, Indiana – Medical Drive and Range Line Road and 116th Street and Range Line Road.
  • Our work to redesign restrooms in the Wayne County, Indiana, courthouse made news in The Richmond Palladium-Item.
  • The Mount Vernon, Ohio, municipal parking garage was closed due to structural defects found by American Structurepoint during a routine inspection of the building, the Mount Vernon News
  • Architecture Daily published multiple photos and a description of a mixed-use residential project in Columbus, Ohio, for which we provided civil engineering services.
  • American Structurepoint’s presentation of new plans for Wabash School Memorial Park in Geneva, Indiana, made news in the Berne Witness.
  • The start of construction on Lockbourne Greene, an affordable housing development in Columbus, Ohio, for which we provided civil engineering and land surveying services, made news in Columbus Business First.
  • The IBJ reported on plans to redevelop about 20 acres at the former General Motors Stamping Plant site just west of downtown Indianapolis. We are providing civil engineering services for the redevelopment of the land and for the building of the new downtown Elanco Animal Health headquarters.

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