The Ohio Parks and Recreation Association (OPRA) has given Awards of Excellence to Grove City’s Dream Field Complex at Windsor Park and to Whitehall’s Community Park Revitalization Plan, both in the Capital Improvement Projects - $1.0 million to $2.5 million category. The projects took first and second place, respectively, in this category.
EMH&T Coat Drive Brings Warmth to the Community
This winter season marks the 13th consecutive year of the EMH&T Coat Drive. As a way to serve the communities where we live and work, EMH&T employees have already donated close to 1,500 gently used coats to area missions and shelters over the past 12 years! This year’s recipient is the Heart of Ohio Family Health Center. The Center provides healthcare services to over 6,000 patients each year in high-risk, underserved communities. All coats donated by EMH&T employees will be distributed to patients served by the Center’s Community Health Workers.
EMH&T’s Ed Miller, PS, Receives Governor’s Appointment
Ed Miller, PS, Director of EMH&T’s Land Survey Division, has been appointed by Gov. John Kasich to the state’s Underground Technical Committee for a term beginning January 1, 2019, and ending December 31, 2022.
EMH&T Welcomes the Return of Landscape Architect Jim Dziatkowicz to Columbus Office
EMH&T is pleased to welcome back to the firm experienced landscape architect Jim Dziatkowicz, PLA, ASLA, as Director of Planning and Landscape Architecture. Dziatkowicz previously spent 11 years at EMH&T as a landscape architect. During his time away, Dziatkowicz served as a Principal for Columbus based landscape architecture firm POD Design, where he worked with clients around the globe on a variety of projects including community master planning, park planning and design, theme park planning and design, site development concepts, and urban design. Prior to his original tenure at EMH&T, Jim was a landscape architect for the internationally recognized architectural firm nbbj.
Grandview Heights Memorial Park
A ribbon cutting and dedication service was held on Veterans Day, November 11, 2018 to celebrate the addition of a memorial plaza and armed services monuments to Memorial Park in Grandview Heights. This park, at the intersection of Northwest Blvd. and Oxley Road, comemmorates the service and sacrifice of military veterans from the City of Grandview Heights and the Village of Marble Cliff.
OSIS-OARS Project Named ASCE OCEA Award Finalist
The City of Columbus OSIS Augmentation and Relief Sewer (OARS) project has been selected by the American Society of Civil Engineers as one of five finalists for the association’s 2019 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement award. The project has already received several awards, including the 2018 ACEC Ohio Engineering Excellence Grand Award, the 2018 ACEC National Engineering Excellence Grand Award, and an ENR Midwest Award of Merit as a 2018 Best Project.
EMH&T – 2018 Best Place to Work!
EMH&T is proud to be a 2018 Columbus Business First Best Place to Work. Congratulations to all the company’s employees who make it that way and thanks to the energetic group that represented the firm at the November 6th BPTW luncheon!
Ground Broken for New Albany’s Rose Run Park
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.