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As this wild and crazy year moves closer to its end, why not take a few minutes to read the fall issue of EMH&T’s Ingenium magazine. In this issue, read about Master Planning for parks, ODOT’s Statewide Safety Program, an interesting historical find by EMH&T’s Cultural Resources Division, EMH&T’s Traffic Engineering Division, and more!

EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern has been named Columbus CEO magazine’s 2020 CEO of the Year in the Small Business category. Winners of this annual recognition are selected through a survey of the region’s business leaders. This year’s honorees comprise a group of intensely creative businesspeople who set trends and build companies unlike any that have come before.

EMH&T congratulates the Whitehall Parks and Recreation and the City of Whitehall on their first place recognition in the 2020 Awards of Excellence program presented by the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association (OPRA). Their project, the Whitehall Community Park YMCA, was awarded first place in the competition’s “Capital Improvement Projects - $2.5 Million and Up” category.

EMH&T congratulates OSU on the selection of the new Covelli Center Multi-Sport Arena for an Award of Merit from ENR Midwest in their 2020 Best Projects competition.

EMH&T joins in celebrating the ribbon-cutting on Monday of the second Novant Health Michael Jordan Clinic in the Charlotte area, just one year after the first clinic opened.

EMH&T has been recognized again as a Columbus Business First “Best Place to Work” for 2020. EMH&T is included in the “Extra Large” size category and is one of 5 companies in that category to receive this year’s honor.

EMH&T is proud to be part of the design team bringing this state-of-the-art sports facility to the Columbus Arena District!

The long-anticipated new hospital tower at OSU’s Wexner Medical Center is now poised to move forward. The $1.8 billion facility will begin construction in October. EMH&T’s Urban Design Division began working on this project in 2015, assisting with programming for the facility. Other EMH&T divisions involved included Water Resources, Geospatial Solutions, Land Survey, Traffic Engineering, and Development. And as far back as 2012, EMH&T was working with OSU designing the relocation of Cannon Drive, which opened up the developable space where the hospital will rise.

EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern has been named a 2020 Columbus Business First C-Suite Award winner in the Companies with 100+ employees category. Winners of this annual recognition represent the most admired CEOs and other top executives in Central Ohio as determined by a vote of their peers. Winners are selected based on several characteristics, including who inspires and encourages them.

EMH&T welcomes two new employees to the firm.

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