In her role as a Board of Trustees member for The Nature Conservancy, EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern traveled to Washington, DC, to lobby for infrastructure funding in the next budget cycle.
Blacklick Creek Sanitary Interceptor Sewer Tunnel Forging Ahead
The EMH&T-designed Blacklick Creek Sanitary Interceptor Sewer (BCSIS) Tunnel project is in full swing. The Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), which arrived on site in January, is now making its way through the project area’s varied soil conditions.
EMH&T’s Miles Hebert Presents Flood Mitigation Study Results to Mansfield City Council
Miles Hebert, EMH&T Director of Water Resources Engineering, along with Mansfield City Engineer Bob Bianchi, presented the findings from the firm’s Flood Hazard Mitigation Plan study to the Mansfield City Council last week.
Indiana State Fair Announces New Skyride Attraction
After many months of design by EMH&T Indianapolis surveyors and engineers, we are excited to see today’s announcement of the new Indiana State Fair Skyride! EMH&T was proud to help design this new attraction and to provide professional renderings that are helping everyone to envision this exciting addition to the Indiana Fairgrounds! This year, visitors at the Indiana ...
EMH&T Employees Enjoy Healthy Me Day
EMH&T employees joined the New Albany Heit Center Wellness Team over lunchtime on June 7th for an interactive one hour educational session.
Congratulations to EMH&T’s Newest PEs
Congratulations to another group of new PEs at EMH&T! Four of our project engineers recently passed the professional engineer’s exam and earned their Professional Engineering license. Pictured left to right: Greg Emery and Brian Rossi (Charlotte office) and Matthew Garver and Matthew Stechschulte (Columbus office). These individuals join EMH&T’s dynamic group of professionals serving clients across the Midwest and Southeast.
EMH&T Welcomes Summer 2017 Student Interns
EMH&T’s Columbus office welcomes a new group of students to our Summer Intern program. Their school year may be drawing to a close, but the opportunity to learn in a real world setting is just beginning. Good luck to this year’s bright and eager interns!