Infrastructure Engineering is not just a desk job and this issue of Ingenium is dedicated to the work many of EMH&T's professionals do outside of the office. We also take a look at the growth and changes occurring in suburban Grove City, Ohio, and we ride along with a few members of EMH&T's Infratechnologies Division for an interesting "day in the life" look at the services they provide.
EMH&T’s Catie Gullett and Chelsea Hager Join YWCA’s Leadership for Social Change Program
Catie Gullett of the firm’s Cultural Resources Division and Chelsea Hager of the Water Resources Division were nominated and accepted into the 2017 YWCA of Central Ohio’s Leadership for Social Change Program, which honors the legacy of the women who founded the YWCA and focuses on growing the next generation of women leaders in Central Ohio.
EMH&T to Present at Ohio Stormwater Conference, May 10-12, 2017
Miles Hebert, PE, CFM, LEED Green Associate, EMH&T’s Director of Water Resources Engineering, and Jon Witter, PhD, of The Ohio State University will present at this year’s Ohio Stormwater Conference to be held at the Kalahari Resort and Conference Center in Sandusky, OH. Now in its tenth year, the conference is one of the largest stormwater conferences in the country focusing on stormwater quality issues and technologies.
Long-Awaited Hayden Run Boulevard Part 2 Project Ready to Begin Construction
The final stretch of a long-awaited east-west connector in the City of Columbus is scheduled to begin construction this spring. The completed project will provide area motorists with a much needed direct east-west thoroughfare in northwest Franklin County.
EMH&T Welcomes Veteran Project Management to Charlotte Office
EMH&T is pleased to welcome two experienced veteran project managers to its Charlotte office: Senior Project Manager John Vecchio, PE, and Project Manager Brian Rossi, EI.
EMH&T Again Tops Largest Engineering Firms List in Central Ohio
The Columbus Business FirstC Top Engineering Firms List was recently released and EMH&T is proud to again be at the top of the list, based on Central Ohio office billings. EMH&T sits in the list’s number one spot with over $49 million in billings and 62 local registered engineers. Thanks to all of our valued clients who continue to trust us with their projects, both large and small.
Congratulations to EMH&T's Newest PEs!
Congratulations to another group of new PEs at EMH&T! From left to right: Mark Barga, Trent Williams, Josh Meyer, and Cory Wolfe. 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!
EMH&T Engineers Dream Big: Designing a Sea-Sized “Green” Parking Lot to Manage a Sea of Stormwater
The last in our series of EMH&T projects in recognition of Engineer’s week examines our work on the Green Infrastructure (GI) parking lot designed for Easton Gateway at the Easton mixed-use development. When the Easton Town Center mixed-use development opened in the late 1990’s, it represented a completely new concept in the retail world. Not just a mall or just an open plaza, Easton was a hybrid of both designs and represented a new approach to combining the best of retail, office, and residential all within a single “lifestyle” destination
EMH&T Engineers Dream Big: Harrison Hub Fractionation Facility Boasts Many “Big” Features
As we continue to celebrate Engineer’s Week, today we look at EMH&T’s Harrison Hub Fractionation Facility project in Harrison County, Ohio. By any standard this facility is big. The plant is 1.2 miles long and a half-mile wide and processes 90,000 barrels of natural gas liquids each day. At 594 acres and incorporating a rail yard with 10 miles of track, it is the first fully integrated gathering, processing, and fractionation facility in operation in Ohio and is the biggest midstream service complex in the state.
EMH&T Engineers Dream Big: Sewer Solution Keeps Project on Track for the Boys of Summer
As we continue to celebrate Engineer’s Week, today’s EMH&T “big dream” project ensured that the Columbus Clippers, the city’s Triple-A minor league ball club, were able to welcome fans to their new downtown stadium as scheduled.