Congratulations to EMH&T’s newest group of PEs! Back row from left to right: John Cahill, James Peltier, Adam Burger. Front row left to right: Curtis Prill, Bethany Prill, Josh Ginnetti. These individuals all recently received their professional engineer licenses and join EMH&T’s growing group of professionals serving clients across the Midwest and Southeast!
CSX Intermodal Terminals, Inc. Northwest Ohio Intermodal Terminal Recognized by Ohio EPA for Environmental Excellence
EMH&T congratulates CSX Intermodal Terminals, Inc. (CSXIT) on their Gold Level recognition by the Ohio EPA Encouraging Environmental Excellence (E3) program. The E3 program recognizes organizations for exceptional achievements in environmental stewardship. The CSXIT Northwest Ohio Intermodal Terminal in North Baltimore, OH was recognized for operating technologies of green design including ultra-efficient wide-span electric cranes that lower emissions, optical scanners that reduce truck idling times, technologies which automatically track railcars, and remote switches that increase operational efficiency.
Contributing to Changes in National Standards
The Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices, or MUTCD defines the standards and guidance used by transportation professionals nationwide to design and maintain traffic control devices on public streets, highways, bikeways, and private roads open to public travel. The MUTCD is published by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and states are required to conform with its provisions. The MUTCD is THE book when it comes to traffic control.
Best of luck to EMH&T’s 2016 Summer Interns
EMH&T recently wrapped up on our summer internship program wishing these eight bright and motivated students the best, as they hit the books again to continue their course of study. Pictured from left to right are: Andrew Philpott, Andrew Kushmeider, Shelby Troyer, Joe Lounsbury, Carly Yowell, and Chad Joice. Not pictured are Shane O’Reilly and Camden Hebert.
EMH&T to Assist with Facility Assessment and Master Plan for Indiana State Fairgrounds
The Indiana State Fair is currently in full swing and celebrating Indiana’s Bicentennial through August 21, 2016. Once the fun is done and the visitors leave, EMH&T will be assisting the Schmidt Associates team with a Facility Assessment and Master Plan for the fairgrounds. Our team will work closely with the Indiana State Fair Commission, whose mission it is to “preserve and enhance the Indiana State Fairgrounds and the annual Indiana State Fair for the benefit of all citizens of Indiana.” We are very excited to help them execute this mission through a thoughtful and strategic thinking for both short and long term goals.
Brian Brown, PE, CFM Presents at Indiana Water Environment Association Annual Conference
EMH&T’s Brian Brown, PE, CFM Indiana Director of Water Resources, will present at next week’s Indiana Water Environment Association Annual Conference. Being held at the Westin Indianapolis Hotel on August 17-19, the conference theme for 2016 is “Know the Worth of Water” and EMH&T is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of this year’s event.
Australia Seeks Solution to Major Problem: How to Accurately Measure a Moving Continent!
Precision and accuracy are of paramount importance when it comes to the science and art of surveying. At EMH&T, our professional surveyors and survey crews use state-of-the-art technology and equipment, including Windows Mobile data collectors, conventional, servo and robotic instruments, and geodetic GPS receivers (including real-time Kinematic surveying). All this technology helps our staff provide survey results with a high level of accuracy.
EMH&T University Contributes to Company’s Technical Expertise
EMH&T places a strong focus on developing the kind of workplace that fosters empowerment, creativity, and professionalism. One means to that end is EMH&T University. These immersion development programs are internally developed by the leadership of each of the company’s service areas in conjunction with Human Resources.
Powell’s Murphy Parkway Extension Will Soon Bring Relief to Crowded Downtown Intersection
Progress continues on the Murphy Parkway Extension project in Powell. The extension of the existing Murphy Parkway from its current no outlet terminus to Liberty Street south of downtown will serve as a downtown Powell bypass, eliminating traffic congestion at the four corners intersection and improving traffic flow along Olentangy and Liberty streets.
The 2016 AREMA Conference Is Just Around the Corner!
In just a few weeks, rail professionals from around the country will gather for the 2016 American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA) Conference.