Celebrating 50 Years of American Structurepoint

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Thanks to everyone who joined us for the American Structurepoint 50th year anniversary celebration on September 15.

Our event under a huge tent on our parking lot at our corporate headquarters at 7260 Shadeland Station in Indianapolis was a tremendous success that celebrated employees, clients, colleagues and friends. How wonderful it was to mark 50 years of growth thanks to the hundreds of clients who have entrusted us to design and build literally thousands of projects.

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We were thrilled that so many of you took the time to drop by and enjoy the festivities. Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett, Fifth District U.S. Congresswoman Susan Brooks, and many other dignitaries attended to wish us well. Mayor Hogsett even proclaimed September 15, 2016, as American Structurepoint Day in the City of Indianapolis.

While our golden anniversary gave us a wonderful opportunity to recall our beginnings and celebrate where we are today, American Structurepoint’s work is far from complete. We are as excited about our future as we are proud of our past. We fully intend to continue moving the needle forward just as we have done for five decades to become one of the largest engineering and architecture firms in the Midwest with locations in seven states.

If you were unable to join us or missed the video we shared during the event, please click below to view and enjoy a look back at our past 50 years.

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50th-client-even-thank-you-email_header3Also, in case you missed it, check out our newly launched website to learn more about our recent projects.

The entire American Structurepoint team looks forward to many more years, dare I say decades, of delivering excellence in defining the built environment. Here’s to another 50 years!

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