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Hamilton Road/161 Area Development Begins to Take Shape The plans for a 330-acre mixed-use development on the far northeast side adjacent to New Albany are beginning to take shape. This area is currently dubbed the Hamilton Quarter and is the last large, undeveloped land parcel in the City of Columbus with direct access to an interchange. EMH&T is proud to be working with ...

Today’s celebration, which is part of National Engineer’s Week, brings together the international community to celebrate the accomplishments of engineers, to share the amazing innovations engineers create every day, and to give students a chance to experience engineering. As we recognize the contributions of engineers around the world and here at EMH&T, we are pleased to w ...

For the past decade, EMH&T employees have donated gently used coats to those in need – both children and adults. This year’s coat drive ended last week and the final count for this year is 71 coats donated (30 children’s coats and 41 adult coats). Over the past 10 years, the company’s employees have donated 1,319 coats to those in need! ...

EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern participated yesterday morning in a panel discussion on Central Ohio’s booming development landscape. The discussion was part of the Columbus Business First Power Breakfast series. Joining Sandy were Joel Pizzuti, President of Columbus developer Pizzuti Companies and Louis Ruscilli, CEO of Columbus-based Ruscilli Construction Co. The progra ...

Welcome to National Engineer’s Week! This event is celebrated annually for a full week in February. Founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951, National Engineers Week is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers. According to the Nation ...

EMH&T is pleased to announce five professionals have been named Associates of the firm (pictured above, from left to right): Scott Shaffer, PE, Project Manager, Development; Patricia Brown, PE, Project Manager, Development; Shawn Arden, PE, CFM, LEED AP, CPESC, Senior Engineer, Water Resources; Abby Cueva, PE, Project Manager, Transportation; Matt Stypula, PE, Project Manag ...

EMH&T is proud to team with more than 35 of these firms providing professional civil/site engineering services supporting great design in the built environment. See the entire list here. ...

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 ...

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