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The recently opened the 330 acre Carolina Connector (CCX) intermodal transportation facility in Edgecombe County, northeast of Raleigh, North Carolina, has been recognized with an Engineering Excellence Award from the North Carolina Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).

EMH&T congratulates the Beavercreek Township Park District on their second place recognition in the 2021 Awards of Excellence program presented by the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association (OPRA). Their project, Owen’s Place – A Universally Accessible Play & Recreational Space, was awarded second place in the competition’s “Capital Improvement Projects - $1.0 to $2.5 Million” category.

Whether you’re back in the office or still working from home, you can read the spring issue of Ingenium!

Working with the City of Northwood, Ohio, EMH&T’s Planning and Landscape Architecture Division has developed a master plan for the 133-acre site of the former Woodville Mall that includes single-family, patio home, and multi-family residential. Also included is a senior housing facility, 4 out lots, a community center, and 30 acres of mixed use commercial. On-site amenities incorporated into the master plan include a 3-acre central park, 31 acres of open space consisting of buffers, stormwater management, entry features, and 1.5 mile loop path.

EMH&T congratulates Whitehall Parks and Recreation and the City of Whitehall on receiving the 2020 Governor’s Award from the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association (OPRA). The Governor’s Award is selected from the first place award winners in the various categories. Last fall the Whitehall Community Park YMCA project received first place in the competition’s “Capital Improvement Projects - $2.5 Million and Up” category. The Governor’s Award recognizes the one award from all of the first place winners that has made the most significant impact in the lives of Ohioans.

EMH&T celebrates Earth Day 2021. The theme for this year is Restore Our Earth and the focus is on natural processes, emerging green technologies, and innovative thinking that can help restore the world’s ecosystems.

Welcome to National Engineers Week 2021! This event is celebrated for a full week each February. Founded in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers, National Engineers Week is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers.

Even COVID-19 can’t keep the holiday season down! Again this year, EMH&T’s annual Ugly Holiday Sweater and Silent Auction Contest resulted in an eclectic mix of cold weather cover-ups along with a donation to Homeport’s holiday children’s programs.

As this wild and crazy year moves closer to its end, why not take a few minutes to read the fall issue of EMH&T’s Ingenium magazine. In this issue, read about Master Planning for parks, ODOT’s Statewide Safety Program, an interesting historical find by EMH&T’s Cultural Resources Division, EMH&T’s Traffic Engineering Division, and more!

EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern has been named Columbus CEO magazine’s 2020 CEO of the Year in the Small Business category. Winners of this annual recognition are selected through a survey of the region’s business leaders. This year’s honorees comprise a group of intensely creative businesspeople who set trends and build companies unlike any that have come before.

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