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As National Public Works Week draws to an end, EMHT celebrates the power of public works to positively impact our local communities and the world. We celebrate the unsung heroes who serve the public every day by ensuring the unseen utilities that make our modern world work and improve our quality of life continue uninterrupted.

Congratulations to the designers of some of Columbus’ newest architectural gems! EMH&T is proud to have provided the civil/site engineering for five of these great projects, helping these gems to shine! We also are proud to team with 24 of Columbus’ busiest firms to provide professional civil/site engineering services supporting great design in the built environment throughout Columbus and Central Ohio.

On April 23, 2018, the Ohio EPA officially adopted the fifth revision of the state’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater permit, which regulates the discharge of stormwater from the development of land that disturbs an acre or more. The spring issue of EMH&T’s Ingenium magazine takes a look at these changes and how they will impact developers and local governments.

Following on the heels of her recognition last year as a Smart Business Columbus Progressive Woman honoree, EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern will serve as a one of four panelists at this year’s Smart Women Awards and Program to be held April 17th at the Hilton Columbus at Easton. The panelists will examine what it means to be an authentic leader dedicated to building and fostering a strong culture for women in the workplace. The event will also recognize this year’s Smart Women Award winners. 

On the Global Day of the Engineer, we celebrate the many accomplishments of engineers. The amazing innovations engineers create every day make a difference in the lives of people in communities across the nation and the world. At EMH&T, we are proud to provide innovative engineering solutions to a long list of public and private clients across the Midwest and Southeast.

EMH&T’s Shawn Arden, PE, CFM, will present “Local Perspective on Flooding and Flood Risk Reduction” at the March 6, 2018 meeting of the Water Management Association of Ohio (WMAO) in conjunction with the Environmental Professionals Network (EPN), a service of the OSU School of Environment and Natural Resources.

The Columbus Business First Top Engineering Firms List once again places EMH&T at number one the list! Thanks to significant continued development and construction activity across Columbus and Ohio, EMH&T retains its number one spot with over $50 million in Central Ohio engineering billings and 62 registered engineers. Thanks to all of our valued clients who continue to trust us with their projects, both large and small.

In conjunction with Engineers Week 2018, today EMH&T hosted several Columbus-area high school students for a day of learning and experiencing a day in the life of a civil engineer. The students, most of whom have already decided to pursue an engineering career, learned about the services provided by EMH&T and got insight into 21st Century civil engineering design. They also toured the office, enjoyed a lunchtime Q&A session with some of the firm’s younger staff, and spent the afternoon shadowing several EMH&T professionals while they met with clients and worked on projects.

Welcome to National Engineer’s Week! This event is celebrated annually for a full week each February. Founded in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers, 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.

Designing fun and creative playgrounds, picnic shelters, walking paths, and open recreation areas is just one of the great things EMH&T’s professional Landscape Architects do. Working with the Mansfield Parks Department and the Friends of Sterkel Park, EMH&T landscape architects Franco Manno and Justin Maxwell are developing concepts for park improvements to be incorporated into a new master plan for the park. Thanks to a $60,000 grant from the Sterkel Foundation, whose namesake, Justine Sterkel, once owned the property, citizens of Mansfield will one day enjoy a destination park with multigenerational features and better connections to the surrounding community.

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