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EMH&T congratulates the City of Columbus on being selected as the winner of the US Department of Transportation’s SmartCity Challenge! This initiative will help Columbus to create a model city that uses data, technology, and creativity to shape how people and goods are transported and will change the future of our community. We were honored to contribute to the winning subm ...

EMH&T congratulates IUPUI on the rededication of the Ball Nurses Sunken Garden. EMH&T was honored to be part of the original team that provided professional services to restore this 10-acre healing garden space designed by the famed Olmstead Brothers in 1937. The garden has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1996. As the project’s civil engineer, EMH ...

Summer is here! As the temperature rises, EMH&T employees are staying cool at the coolest engineering firm around! Thursday afternoon, the staff was treated to a short break and a sweet treat at the EMH&T ice cream sundae bar served up by company President Sandy Doyle-Ahern and EVP Doug Romer. ...

The City of Whitehall recently completed a re-branding effort that updated its logo and slogan to focus more on development opportunities within this inner-ring suburban community. A big part of the overall effort to position Whitehall for continued economic development was to better distinguish and enliven its entry points along the City’s main arteries. To help accomplish th ...

What does EMH&T have in common with America’s 20 best cities for mid-career professionals? We have growing offices in three of them! According to a recently published article in Forbes magazine, Charlotte, North Carolina, as well as Indianapolis, Indiana, and Columbus, Ohio, all cities where EMH&T has offices, are great places for mid-career professionals to find both ...

This week, we celebrate National Public Works Week. Sponsored annually since 1960 by the American Public Works Association, this week’s focus calls attention to the importance of public works in community life. It also celebrates the unsung heroes who serve the public every day by ensuring the mostly unseen utilities that help create our modern world and improve our quality of ...

This is National “Bike to Work Week” and the City of Columbus is making it easier for citizens to use this environmentally friendly form of transportation. The ConnectColumbus Multimodal Thoroughfare Plan is designed to create the rules needed for successful multimodal transportation throughout the city. The City’s “Share the Road Campaign” was created by former mayor Michael B ...

EMH&T is pleased to bring its transportation engineering expertise to the City of Columbus as part of the Smart City Challenge competition. A “Smart City” is about more than just the better use of technology to improve transportation for the driving public. As part of its bid to win DOT’s Smart City Challenge, the City of Columbus is working to improve transportation option ...

May is National Bike Month and Columbus is a great place to live for biking enthusiasts and those who aspire to be one! With well over 50 miles of dedicated bike trails just within the city limits, there is always a new part of the city to discover by bike! Columbus has been designated a “Bicycle Friendly Community” and been awarded a bronze status ranking by The League of Amer ...

The Engineering News-Record List of the nation’s 500 largest engineering firms has been released. EMH&T is proud to be included at number 212 on this year’s line-up. Thanks to all of our valued clients who continue to trust us with their projects, both large and small. http://www.enr.com/articles/39333-top-500-design-firms-2016-most-markets-on-the-rise ...

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