Officials from Indianapolis-based American Structurepoint came bearing a gift for this year's Lake Area United Way annual campaign at the local community planning and fundraising organization’s March Board meeting.
A check for $1,000 was presented to 2011-12 United Way Campaign Chair Tom Keilman by the firm's Vice President, Christopher Murphy and Director of Business Development and LAUW Board member, John Kennedy.
American Structurepoint is a leading engineering, architecture and planning firm specializing in environmental design, information technology and forensic engineering.
Founded in 1966, the firm has seven offices in Indiana, including Highland. It employs over 300 people. In Northwest Indiana, the firm has been involved in projects ranging from the:
• Whiting lakefront redevelopment plan
• Cline Avenue/I-94 Borman Expressway interchange
• Lost Marsh Golf Course Club House
• East Chicago water filtration plant
• Hammond Marina overpass
• Valparaiso Eastgate corridor reconstruction and five-point roundabout
(Left to Right): Christopher Murphy, Vice President, American Structurepoint;, Tom Keilman, 2012 LAUW Campaign Chair; Kay Nelson, 2012 LAUW Board Chair; John Kennedy, Business Development, American Structurepoint and LAUW Board member; and Lou Martinez, LAUW President