EMH&T professionals joined officials from the City of New Albany and professionals from Columbus-based landscape architecture firm MKSK to celebrate the groundbreaking of Rose Run Park, which will transform central New Albany when it is completed in late 2019. The new park will become a key civic asset and gathering place that underscores New Albany’s commitment to community, connectivity and the environment.
The Fall Issue of Ingenium is Here!
The leaves are turning and the pumpkins are orange, so Fall must be here! And so is the Fall issue of Ingenium. In this issue read about downtown Dayton’s new Webster Street Bridge and the newest urban park in downtown Columbus. There’s also a great article celebrating the many contributions of women in engineering and the opportunities for them still ahead.
Rose Run Corridor Park Closer to Reality
The Rose Run stream channel, which runs through the center of New Albany, has been an area of focus for many years. The city’s desire is to transform the waterway and its surrounding green space into a “central park” amenity within the heart of the community.
EMH&T’s Sandy Doyle-Ahern Selected as a Most Admired Executive
EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern has been chosen as one of Central Ohio’s most admired executives in Columbus Business First’s 2018 C-Suite Awards program. The annual program polls area executives and other business leaders to compile a list of Central Ohio executives who represent the region’s most accomplished business leaders as determined by their peers. Sandy was selected as an honoree in the “CEO & equivalent, companies with 101 to 500 employees” category. The C-Suite Awards Gala honoring this year’s winners will be held September 27th and will feature a keynote address by Dr. Michael Drake, President of The Ohio State University.
EMH&T Celebrates International Women in Engineering Day 2018
June 23rd is International Women in Engineering Day, an international awareness campaign to raise the profile of women in engineering and focus attention on the amazing career opportunities available to girls in this exciting industry.
EMH&T Welcomes 2018’s Summer Interns
As the summer of 2018 begins, EMH&T welcomes a new group of summer interns. This year’s group is one of the largest ever and represents several top schools, including OSU, University of Cincinnati, Miami University, and others. The interns will spend the summer gaining hands-on experience working in the firm’s many divisions, including survey and GIS!
Public Works Week: EMH&T Celebrates The Power of Public Works
As National Public Works Week draws to an end, EMHT celebrates the power of public works to positively impact our local communities and the world. We celebrate the unsung heroes who serve the public every day by ensuring the unseen utilities that make our modern world work and improve our quality of life continue uninterrupted.
EMH&T Congratulates Columbus Top Architecture Gems/Top Architecture Firms
Congratulations to the designers of some of Columbus’ newest architectural gems! EMH&T is proud to have provided the civil/site engineering for five of these great projects, helping these gems to shine! We also are proud to team with 24 of Columbus’ busiest firms to provide professional civil/site engineering services supporting great design in the built environment throughout Columbus and Central Ohio.
The Spring Issue of Ingenium is Here!
On April 23, 2018, the Ohio EPA officially adopted the fifth revision of the state’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater permit, which regulates the discharge of stormwater from the development of land that disturbs an acre or more. The spring issue of EMH&T’s Ingenium magazine takes a look at these changes and how they will impact developers and local governments.
Sandy Doyle-Ahern to Speak at 2018 Smart Women Awards
Following on the heels of her recognition last year as a Smart Business Columbus Progressive Woman honoree, EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern will serve as a one of four panelists at this year’s Smart Women Awards and Program to be held April 17th at the Hilton Columbus at Easton. The panelists will examine what it means to be an authentic leader dedicated to building and fostering a strong culture for women in the workplace. The event will also recognize this year’s Smart Women Award winners.