Jack Lashenik, PE
Executive Vice President/Partner
Jack is an executive vice president and partner of American Structurepoint, leading the Architecture, Structural, Civil, Survey, and Planning groups. In 1998, he received a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Biological Engineering from Purdue University. In 1999, just one year after college, Jack joined American Structurepoint as an entry-level site design engineer. His experience includes site layout, grading, hydrology, road design, earthwork, utilities, water quality design, construction cost estimates, and permitting, as well as field investigations and preliminary site analyses. At age 25, Jack became one of only a dozen certified floodplain managers in the state of Indiana. Since earning his professional engineering license from the state of Indiana in 2004, Jack has developed impeccable relationships with real estate developers in the Midwest, propelling the accelerated growth of the company’s private-sector civil engineering practice.
In January 2006, Jack was promoted to vice president, focusing on client and project sales strategies and taking charge of the Civil Group. He later accepted principal responsibility for American Structurepoint’s Survey Group. In May of 2011, Jack was invited to share ownership of the company. In 2012, ENR Midwest magazine selected Jack among its annual Top 20 Under 40 list, which honors young design and construction professionals on the basis of their contributions to their profession and their community. In 2013, he began leading the charge of the American Structurepoint Architecture, Structural, and Planning groups.
Jack is effective at leading multidiscipline projects of any scale, producing results with the highest degree of integrity. He is a determined individual with a “can-do” attitude, and he is committed to ultimately making your project vision reality. Jack and his team of architects, planners, surveyors, and engineers have provided design, engineering, and leadership on many projects that have delivered economic, social, and environmental benefits.
Purdue Agricultural and Biological Engineering Academic Advisory Board, Member, 2009 to Present
National Society of Professional Engineers, 2004 to Present
American Society of Civil Engineers, 1999 to Present
American Society of Agricultural Engineers, 1998 to Present
American Council of Engineering Companies Indiana, 2010
Town of Avon Parks Advisory Board, Member, 2004 to 2006
Stanley K. Lacy Leadership Graduate; Class XL
Indiana Association for Floodplain and Stormwater Management, 2001 to 2009
Purdue Engineering Alumni Association, Secretary 2014 to the present
Little League Baseball Coach, Fall Creek, 2014
Town of Avon Police Merit Commission, President 2006 to 2014