Indiana ESTABLISHED IN 1966Established in 1966, American Structurepoint has developed a national and international reputation for their work in a variety of disciplines and markets throughout the built environment. Their staff of 400 professionals goes full throttle to deliver excellence with every project. They specialize in delivering innovation and vision from concept to completion. Their approach is hands-on, fueled by open communication and collaboration with our clients. Their clients view them as the single point of access for all of their needs within the built environment.AMERICAN STRUCTUREPOINT OFFICESHeadquarters FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Meet Willis “Rick” Conner, PE, SEPresident/Chief Operating Officer/Partner Of American StructurePointSince taking the reigns as the president, chief operating officer, and majority owner of American Structurepoint in 1987, Rick has grown the engineering and architectural consulting firm from $2.8 million in annual revenue and fewer than 50 employees to an average of $60 million and 450 employees across 11 disciplines and still growing. American Structurepoint began business in Indianapolis in 1966, and with Rick’s guidance, the company has since expanded its offices throughout the Midwest.Under his leadership, American Structurepoint has won over 150 design awards, been consistently recognized as a Top 500 Design Firm by Engineering News-Record, and named the 2018 Midwest Design Firm of the Year by ENR Midwest. The Indianapolis Business Journal named American Structurepoint the largest engineering firm, fifth-largest architectural firm, and the eighth-largest environmental firm in the region.In 2002 and 2011, Rick was named among those listed on the IBJ’s Who’s Who in Construction, Design, and Engineering. In 2015, Rick received the Purdue University College of Engineering Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award.Rick’s enterprising, energetic career has led him through myriad active roles in the internationally recognized company. His innovative initiatives, such as expanding into Ohio, Illinois, and Texas, launching the Investigative Services Group, initiating design/build and selling technology services, and buying the Shadeland headquarters’ office building took hard work, planning, and considerable risk. In addition, Rick has been involved in such distinctive projects as the Keystone Parkway Corridor; the I-70 interchanges at the Indianapolis Airport; Super 70 and Hyperfix in downtown Indianapolis; the “Speed Zone” urban redevelopment in Speedway, Indiana; and many more. Not only is he involved in his company, but as a lifelong resident of Indiana, he is also an avid supporter of the professional engineering community.Not only does Rick understand the ins and outs of the A/E industry, but he’s practiced almost every discipline of the business, as well. His hands-on experience leading highly visible, groundbreaking projects have helped put American Structurepoint on the map with a glowing reputation as the top go-to firm in the industry. Rick’s executive leadership commitment will ensure your project exceeds expectations.AffiliationsAmerican Consulting Engineers Council Indiana Chapter, Past Board Member, and PresidentAmerican Society of Civil Engineers, MemberAmerican Concrete Institute, MemberRotary Club of Indianapolis, MemberMillersville Lodge F&AM, Scottish Rite, MemberNoblesville Housing AuthorityPurdue University John Purdue Club, ChampionPurdue University School of Civil Engineering Advisory Council, Member, and Past ChairmanPurdue University Presidents Council, Member Indianapolis Headquarters7260 Shadeland StationIndianapolis, IN 46256Tel 317-547-5580 Illinois Ohio VirginiaFairfax Community Commitment Columbus and Cincinnati Kentucky Lexington Chicago/Aurora Nashville Cape Coral and Tampa Tennessee AMERICAN STRUCTUREPOINT supports civic organizations, public service agencies, and causes that improve the quality of life. They focus on community service efforts in these areas: families/children, education, senior citizens, emergency and homeless shelters, and Armed Services/veterans organizations. American Structurepoint also supports local, national, and global relief in response to natural disasters.FOOTNOTE: American StructurePoint was just selected to do the Architectural and Engineering design work for the new Vanderburgh County jail. Florida Austin Texas Evansville, Fort Wayne, Terre Haute, Highland, South Bend, West Lafayette, Lawrenceburg, and Jeffersonville.
Black Queens striker Florence Dadson says they should have won their game against Nigeria on Wednesday.Ghana held Nigeria to a 1-1 draw in their second group game at the ongoing African Women’s championship in Cameroon.The Super Falcons took the lead when Asisat Oshoala challenged for a header and the ball bounced in off Ghana’s Portia Boakye.But three minutes before half-time Ghana won a penalty and captain Elizabeth Addo the equaliser.Ghana’s Samira Suleman and Florence Dadson missed chances to win it.”We should have won the game because we created lots of chances after we equalised,” she said”Now we have four points, we have to go into our game against Mali and score more goals to ensure we top the group.” Ghana and Nigeria are both on four points, with one game each remaining.