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With the Holiday season now in full swing, EMH&T’s Columbus office took some time today to enjoy one of the trappings of the season – Ugly Holiday Sweaters!

After well over a year and a half of construction, the City of Dayton celebrated the opening of the new Webster Street Bridge. The $11 million bridge over the Mad River replaces a 99-year-old structure demolished in early 2016.

Now that the hub-bub of back to school has ended, we have mostly settled back into our standard routines. But that doesn’t mean we can’t keep learning! In this issue of Ingenium, you can learn more about roundabout design and how roundabouts do more than just alleviate traffic backups. You can learn about the different styles of elevated water storage tanks that dot the American landscape, and you can learn how building a community from the ground up is both challenging and rewarding, while also entailing a long-term investment for EMH&T staff.

EMH&T is proud to participate in the Super STEM Saturday event on October 21 at Columbus School for Girls. Sponsored by Edheads, a local organization dedicated to promoting the interest/knowledge of science, technology, engineering, and math, the event is expected to draw up to 1,000 students in grades 1-8.

EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern will participate in a CEO Discussion Panel at the American Council of Engineering Companies 2017 Fall Conference, to be held in Orlando, Florida, October 15-18.

Several EMH&T professionals will share their expertise at the 2017 Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference (OTEC) being held in Columbus, Ohio, on October 10 and 11. This year’s conference theme is “Advancing Mobility in the Connected World.”

For EMH&T water resources engineer Chelsea Hager, water is her passion. While studying engineering at The Ohio State University, Chelsea had the opportunity to travel to Mexico, Nicaragua, and Honduras where she helped design and implement sustainable solutions for impoverished families. During these trips, Chelsea saw the global water crisis firsthand and knew she had to be a part of the solution.

Congratulations Sandy Doyle-Ahern, 2017 Progressive Woman honoree! EMH&T president Sandy Doyle-Ahern was among this morning’s honorees in the Progressive Women category at the 2017 Smart Women Awards Breakfast sponsored by Columbus Smart Business. The Smart Women Awards recognize the achievements of leading businesswomen, inspiring male advocates, and effective women’s programs. This year’s awards breakfast theme, Team Building, is a very important business issue for Sandy, and one she has focused much time and attention on in her role as EMH&T president, resulting in continued growth and success for the firm.

In her role as a Board of Trustees member for The Nature Conservancy, EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern traveled to Washington, DC, to lobby for infrastructure funding in the next budget cycle.

The EMH&T-designed Blacklick Creek Sanitary Interceptor Sewer (BCSIS) Tunnel project is in full swing. The Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), which arrived on site in January, is now making its way through the project area’s varied soil conditions. 

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