EMH&T is proud to be part of the design team bringing this state-of-the-art sports facility to the Columbus Arena District!
OSU Wexner Medical Center Project Approved
The long-anticipated new hospital tower at OSU’s Wexner Medical Center is now poised to move forward. The $1.8 billion facility will begin construction in October. EMH&T’s Urban Design Division began working on this project in 2015, assisting with programming for the facility. Other EMH&T divisions involved included Water Resources, Geospatial Solutions, Land Survey, Traffic Engineering, and Development. And as far back as 2012, EMH&T was working with OSU designing the relocation of Cannon Drive, which opened up the developable space where the hospital will rise.
Sandy Doyle-Ahern Named A 2020 Business First C-Suite Award Winner
EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern has been named a 2020 Columbus Business First C-Suite Award winner in the Companies with 100+ employees category. Winners of this annual recognition represent the most admired CEOs and other top executives in Central Ohio as determined by a vote of their peers. Winners are selected based on several characteristics, including who inspires and encourages them.
EMH&T Welcomes Two Senior Professionals to the Team
EMH&T welcomes two new employees to the firm.
Steve Schehl Recognized as BIA Associate of the Year
Congratulations to EMH&T Principal Steve Schehl who has been named Associate of the Year by the Building Industry Association of Central Ohio. Steve is Director of Development at EMH&T and focuses on providing professional engineering services to developers of single- and multi-family housing. The award is given to a BIA Associate Member in recognition of high business and ethical standards and contributions to the home building industry and the BIA. Steve will be recognized at the BIA’s annual BIG Night, which will be held at the Columbus Athenaeum on July 23rd with all safety protocols and guidelines as provided by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine followed.
The Spring Issue of Ingenium is Here!
Whether you’re back in the office or still working from home, you can read the spring issue of Ingenium! In this issue, read about changes to the current version of the general permit for small MS4 communities, how EMH&T supports private development with upgrades to public infrastructure, how one municipality is preserving natural wetlands while still encouraging development, an eye-opening article on the extensive role EMH&T’s Structures Engineering group plays in the firm’s projects, and lots more!
EMH&T Project Recognized at ACEC Ohio Award Luncheon
At today’s ACEC Ohio 2020 Engineering Excellence Awards Program, Mike Keller, EMH&T’s Director of Public Works, along with Nick Domenick, Project Manager with the City of Columbus Department of Public Utilities, accepted an Outstanding Achievement Award for the Blacklick Creek Sanitary Interceptor Sewer project. This new, deep-tunnel sewer on the city’s far east side brings an improved level of service to this growing area of Columbus.
EMH&T Again Ranked as Largest Engineering Firm in Central Ohio
The Columbus Business First Largest Engineering Firms List once again places EMH&T at the number one spot! Thanks to significant continued development and construction activity across Columbus and Ohio, EMH&T retains its number one spot with over $55 million in 2019 Central Ohio engineering billings and 68 registered engineers. Thanks to all of our valued clients who continue to trust us with their projects, both large and small.
Engineers Week 2020: Pioneers of Progress
National Engineers Week 2020 is here! 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.
OPRA Conference Brings Unexpected Surprise to Members of EMH&T’s LA Division
When members of EMH&T’s Landscape Architecture Division arrived at this year’s Ohio Parks and Recreation Association (OPRA) annual conference in early February, they were surprised and delighted to see an unexpected but friendly face from the office also attending the trade organization’s annual event.