American Structurepoint Leads Into 50th Anniversary
An architecture firm that has been involved in dozens of high-profile projects throughout the state has kicked off a year-long celebration ahead of its 50th anniversary. Indianapolis-based American Structurepoint Inc. has more than 375 employees and offices in five states.
The company, which began as a civil engineering firm, now has expertise in areas including engineering and infrastructure, architecture and interiors and planning and economic development. It has a presence in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, North Carolina and Texas.
American Structurepoint President Rick Conner says "we’ve made key investments, made strategic hires, expanded our work, and achieved real-life initiatives that are driving us forward. I believe in our strategy, our company, and each and every one of our employees. We remain positioned for continued solid growth, and I look forward to the next 50 years of American Structurepoint improving the quality of life in the communities we serve. Our hard work, creativity, and the way we drive results for our clients is what led us here in the first place."
Some of the recent large-scale projects in which the company has been involved include the Lawrenceburg Event Center, State Road 25 "Hoosier Heartland" corridor, US 24 "Fort to Port" project, a residence hall at the University of Indianapolis, Milton Madison Bridge and US 31/SR 331 "Kokomo Bypass."
American Structurepoint was incorporated on November 9, 1966.