The Association of Floodplain Managers’ annual Floodplain Management Conference is underway at the Huntington Convention Center in beautiful downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The conference is the premier event for floodplain managers from around the world. This year’s theme is “Flood Fest 2019: The Mitigation and Resilience Tour” and features a range of subject matter experts from diverse fields presenting on the topic, including EMH&T’s Miles Hebert, PE, LEED Green Associate, CFM and Shawn Arden, PE, CFM.
Public Works Week: EMH&T Celebrates The Power of Public Works
Welcome to National Public Works Week! This year’s theme, “It Starts Here,” is part and parcel of EMH&T’s focus to improve quality of life through well planned and designed development and public works projects. EMHT celebrates the power of public works to positively impact our local communities and the world. From the utilities that run beneath our feet to the roadways and bridges that transport us through our lives, EMH&T is proud to work alongside our municipal client partners to deliver the projects that bring mobility, security, growth, and healthy communities!
EMH&T’s Sandy Doyle-Ahern Recognized for Leadership
Congratulations to EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern for being recognized with the Special Award: Leadership by Columbus CEO Magazine as part of this year’s Top Workplaces award program. Sandy was recognized for her professionalism and the open communication style she maintains with all of the company’s employees. Sandy has served as EMH&T’s president since 2012.
The Spring Issue of Ingenium has Arrived!
Spring has sprung, as the saying goes. And so has the latest issue of Ingenium magazine. This first issue of 2019 takes a look at firsts…a first impression on a new client and a city’s first roundabout. There’s also a great article on EMH&T’s growing Planning and Landscape Architecture Division and the newest section of the expanding Big Walnut Trail running through Columbus’ east side.
EMH&T’s Sandy Doyle-Ahern Speaks at CIO Tomorrow Conference
EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern is the featured Leadership Keynote Speaker at today’s CIO Tomorrow Conference, presented by Columbus Business First. The conference brings together Central Ohio’s top technology movers, shakers, and influencers to connect for an inspired, interactive, and groundbreaking day of impact-driven and insightful thought-leadership presentations. Sandy’s keynote will bring the day full circle as she shares her practical, experience-based ideas on how to raise up each person in any organization to perform at their highest potential.
EMH&T Named 2019 Top Workplace by Columbus CEO Magazine
EMH&T is honored to be included on Central Ohio’s list of Top Workplaces for 2019!
EMH&T Receives ODOT’s Prime Consultant of the Year Award
EMH&T is pleased to announce that the firm has been recognized with the Prime Consultant of the Year Award by the Ohio Department of Transportation at its “Annual Civil Rights Transportation Symposium,” held on April 9 and 10, 2019. EMH&T was nominated by ODOT District 7 Headquarters and Nicole Clune with Clune Consulting Services.
Historic BGSU Building Renovation Achieves LEED Gold Certification
At yesterday’s DesignColumbus 2019 event, presented by USGBC Ohio and the Columbus Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute, DesignGroup Architects and BGSU Director of Design & Construction Brian Swope presented “LEED, Labs and Lineage,” which looked at the renovation of historic Moseley Hall on the BGSU campus.
Global Day of the Engineer 2019
Today, EMH&T joins the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) in celebrating the Global Day of the Engineer as we recognize the many accomplishments of our own engineers and others from around the world! The amazing innovations engineers create every day make a difference in the lives of people in communities everywhere. At EMH&T, we are proud to provide innovative engineering solutions to a long list of public and private clients across the Midwest and Southeast.
Reynoldsburg's New Security Camera Program Taps EMH&T GIS Expertise
In an effort to step up its crime fighting capabilities, the Reynoldsburg Division of Police is introducing a new community crime watch partnership opportunity that taps into the resource provided by the citizens who have security cameras at their residence or business. EMH&T is providing a map-based application that helps this new system operate. We have worked with Reynoldsburg for many years on a variety of map-based applications, so it was a great opportunity to provide this additional value to our client.