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EMH&T’s Urban Design division is engaged with another project designed to improve an urban, inner core area. Following on the heels of multiple recent projects throughout downtown Columbus, the Franklinton area west of the Scioto River is quickly becoming the new focus of redevelopment. EMH&T engineers are currently working on improvements to West Broad Street, includin ...

As we begin 2016 and the celebration of the firm’s 90th anniversary, we are also pleased to introduce our completely re-designed company website! Our new and improved website features a streamlined look with bold new imagery as well as a much easier navigation. You will still find all of the great information we provided on our prior site, along with expanded project informati ...

EMH&T is proud to announce its ninetieth year of providing professional engineering and survey services to our valued clients throughout the Midwest and the Southeast. Founded in 1926 by Gordon E. Evans, the firm initially provided land surveying from Gahanna, Ohio, to support the growing local development market. In 1949, Wilbur H. Mechwart, a civil engineer and good frie ...

On Thursday, January 14, 2016, EMH&T was inducted into the Building Industry Association of Central Ohio’s (BIA) Hall of Fame. Periodically, the BIA inducts individual members into their Hall of Fame, which honors people for a lifetime of service to the home building industry. This year’s ceremony marks the first time a building industry-related company has been inducted. E ...

EMH&T’s design for the complex Worthington-Galena/Huntley/East Wilson Bridge intersection in Worthington has received City Council approval. http://www.thisweeknews.com/content/stories/worthington/news/2016/01/26/intersections-fix-will-be-big-change.html ...

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium’s Heart of Africa Exhibit and Special Events Center has been awarded the “Best Project” award in the Cultural/Worship Category from ENR Magazine’s Midwest Edition. EMH&T is proud to be a part of this 43-acre project, which represents the Zoo’s largest region to date. Completion of this exhibit area helped the Zoo to realize its dream of creatin ...

What do you get when you have 12 homemade ugly sweaters, a silent auction, and the rule that the "winner" can make whomever they want wear the sweater for a whole day? You get a total of $4,000 raised for Homeport's Winter Wishes program by hundreds of happy EMH&T employees. (Oh, and you also get 12 really silly-dressed good sports!). ...

Employees of EMH&T’s Charlotte office recently participated in a house building event for Habitat for Humanity – Charlotte. EMH&T employees were able to help with a number of different tasks including painting, sanding, caulking, laying subfloor, and installing a shingle return to the roof of the house. It was a great team building event while helping others and giving ...

On the October 30, 2015 list of the Top 25 Commercial Construction projects in Central Ohio by Construction cost, as compiled and issued by Columbus Business First, EMH&T’s professionals provided expertise on 16 of them, amounting to over half a BILLION dollars in total construction! ...

Scarcely a year and a half after the official groundbreaking, more than 1,300 rural residents of Clarktown, Minford, Muletown and Rubyville are now prepared to tap into a modern wastewater treatment system financed primarily through the U.S. Department of Agriculture. EMH&T served as the design engineer for the system. “In Southern Ohio, clean water and sanitary sewer are ...

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