American Structurepoint Grows Its Cleveland PresenceCorporateAug 25, 2022
American Structurepoint, a national architecture and engineering firm, welcomed leaders from across Ohio to its expanding design center in Cleveland. American Structurepoint improves the quality of life for people across the nation, including Ohio residents, by turning
our clients’ dreams into reality.
“We are excited to be part of the revitalization in Cleveland, and we look forward to building and bettering communities in Cuyahoga County,” said Rick Conner, president of American Structurepoint. “Cleveland is one of our key design centers with an incredibly talented team of industry-leading professionals. This new space in our design center will enhance our capabilities and enable us to continue to grow our presence in Ohio.”
“We are excited to be part of the revitalization in Cleveland, and we look forward to building and bettering communities in Cuyahoga County.” - Rick Conner, American Structurepoint President
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine spoke during the event where he highlighted plans and strides being made to improve the state’s infrastructure.
"As we work on improving the state’s highways and bridges and the infrastructure of our communities, we appreciate everything American Structurepoint does to bring so many of those important Ohio projects successfully to completion,” DeWine said.
The Cleveland team provides innovative solutions for diverse clients, including replacement of nearly 8 miles of I-90, improvements to West Smith Road in Medina to enhance pedestrian access and connectivity, and expansion of the wastewater treatment plant in Norwalk.
American Structurepoint has more than 100 professionals employed in Ohio and was named the 2020 Prime Consultant of the Year by the Ohio Department of Transportation.
“We truly believe the best is yet to come for American Structurepoint and our team here in Ohio,” said Ed Kagel, principal of American Structurepoint’s Cleveland operations. “The willingness and dedication of civic leaders to invest in infrastructure improvements that are safer for all users, coupled with our state-of-the-art solutions to traffic improvements, will fuel growth for Cleveland and all of northeast Ohio.”