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Columbus Blue Jackets veteran player and current Blue Jackets broadcast associate and team ambassador Jody Shelley spoke to the employees of EMH&T on Wednesday afternoon, September 18th. His presentation, titled My Seat on the Bus, was all about making the unachievable achievable.

Columbus Business First has once again named EMH&T as a “Best Place to Work” for 2019. EMH&T is included in the “Extra Large” size category and is one of 46 firms to receive this year’s honor.

Congratulations to Abby Cueva, EMH&T’s Director of Transportation Planning & Design, on her selection as a member of ACEC Ohio’s Rising Leader Program. Abby is one of twenty professionals selected for this program, which is tailored for individuals that currently work directly with clients in a leadership role. The six-session course focuses on the importance of leadership in support of the ACEC Ohio mission to advocate for the advancement and protection of the engineering business on the local, state, and national levels while also delving into topics that help experienced professionals further round out their business leadership skills.

The National Veterans Memorial and Museum in downtown Columbus has received the Award of Merit from Engineering News-Record (ENR) Midwest Region in the Cultural/Worship category. Submitted by Turner Construction, the projects’ contractor, the museum was one of 97 projects submitted this year.

Check out this interesting article on the EMH&T-led OSU Cannon Drive Phase 1 relocation project. EMH&T has been providing a range of professional services, including civil engineering, land survey, water resources engineering, environmental services, construction management and more on this project for the past several years. We’re proud to contribute our professional expertise to this significant project that will benefit the university in so many ways for years to come!

On August 15, EMH&T hosted the second of a two-session series with leaders from the Columbus area development community on Central Ohio housing. The forums facilitated the group in moving toward identifying solutions for the widening gap of available housing in Central Ohio and the expected million-plus new residents in the next 30 years. EMH&T is proud to work with professionals who care deeply about Central Ohio.

Congratulations to OSU Newark and the Central Ohio Technical College on the groundbreaking of the new Alford Center for Science and Technology. EMH&T was proud to provide professional site/civil engineering services as part of the team led by Design Group, Inc. architects for this 60,000 sf state-of-the-art facility that will be dedicated to science and technology education for the two schools’ shared campus in Newark, Ohio.

EMH&T, a 2018 Business First “Best Place to Work” and a 2019 Columbus CEO “Top Workplace” is proud to be recognized on the latest edition of the Columbus Business First “Largest Employers in Central Ohio” list. We are proud to be included with so many great local companies and to represent the local A/E/C industry!

EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern has been appointed to the Expo 2050 Task Force, which was recently created by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine. The Task Force will develop and recommend a long-term vision for the Ohio Expo Center, which includes the Ohio State Fairgrounds, Ohio History Connection, and Mapfre Stadium. The task force will review the Expo experience and develop ideas for getting the most use and enjoyment out of this state land in the future.

On Tuesday, June 18, EMH&T hosted leaders from the Columbus area development community in a conversation about a significant issue facing Central Ohio: the widening gap in available housing. Over 50 individuals attended this discussion focused on how best to address the growing need for housing in the greater Columbus area to accommodate the additional million residents predicted by 2050. EMH&T was pleased to bring together representatives from several Columbus area developers – both single family and multi-family – to discuss this increasingly important topic. A follow-up conversation will occur in August, focusing on how best to move toward solutions for this important issue.

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