Greg Henneke, PE
Senior Executive Vice President
Under Greg’s leadership, American Structurepoint has become one of the most prominent engineering and architecture firms in the state of Indiana. During his tenure as executive vice president, the firm has seen the Transportation Group more than quadruple its billings, becoming the pre-eminent transportation engineering firm in Indiana and landing significant jobs, such as large, complex, and fast-tracked projects for the Indiana Department of Transportation “Major Moves” campaign.
Accomplishments of note have included Greg’s innovative financing for the 56th Street widening project in Lawrence, Indiana, during a compressed schedule; his contribution to the record-breaking LPA design and construction schedule and the extensive coordination with Norfolk Southern Railroad during the Indiana Avenue Underpass project in Elkhart, Indiana; and his impact on the I-65/70 Market Street interchange modification for the City of Indianapolis, Indiana, which has improved traffic flow in the downtown area. Most notable, however, is Greg’s role as program manager for the $700 million Indianapolis Department of Public Works (IDPW) RebuildIndy campaign, for which he is overseeing the renovation and revitalization of the City’s infrastructure.
Greg’s broad knowledge and background in engineering, management, budgeting, and finance, as well as his extensive experience with INDOT and IDPW, have given him a great deal of empathy and insight into the needs of public agencies. As division chief of INDOT’s Design Division from 1989 to 1992, Greg managed a division of 230 people involved in all aspects of highway, bridge, and traffic design. From 1995 to 1997, as director of IDPW, Greg led 750 union and non-union personnel under a combined annual capital budget of $80 million, overseeing departments involved in all aspects of engineering, capital improvements, and maintenance of the city/county transportation, wastewater, and drainage infrastructure, as well as solid waste operations and environmental resource management.
Greg’s technical knowledge, married with his problem-solving abilities and extensive interpersonal contact with leaders of Indiana communities, makes him a valuable asset to any project. He’s also an excellent resource for cities and counties who are trying to obtain state and federal funding for their transportation projects, as well as an active member of the professional community.
Greg is readily available to assist you with any of your transportation project funding needs. He will help you successfully launch and complete your project through his deep understanding of state and federal-aid laws and regulations. His close relationships with the district personnel that administer related programs will ensure the timeliness and cost effective- ness of your project. Greg will listen to you and help you create solutions. He’ll also make sure the right team of people meets milestones to make your vision reality.
Build Indiana Council, Board of Directors
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Department of
Athenaeum Foundation, Board of Directors – Chairman
Indiana State Transportation Workers Foundation – Board of Directors
Civil Engineering, Board of Advisors Emeritus
American Council of Engineering Companies, Indiana Chapter, Past President of the Board of Directors
Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo), Past Chairman of the Board of Directors
Outstanding Civil Engineer of the Year, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2013
Consulting Engineer of the Year, American Council of Engineering Companies, 2008