Columbus, Ohio – EMH&T announced its ninetieth year of providing professional design services to clients throughout the Midwest and the Southeast.

“EMH&T’s perspective is seasoned with the experience of the many professionals that have contributed to the success of the company over the past 90 years,” says EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern. “It means that our clients can trust the rock-solid foundation that has made EMH&T one of the most successful and well-respected firms in the region.”

EMH&T has witnessed enormous changes and advancements in the industry: from land surveying using a transit and then a manual Theodolite to today’s robotic surveying systems; and civil engineering designed by hand on a drafting table to today’s use of 3-dimensional software. EMH&T’s perspective is, in large part, the result of the company’s consistent adoption of the changes and advancements in this ever-evolving industry along with its dedication to solution oriented client service.

The firm’s foundation started with survey services in 1926, and then in 1954 the firm expanded with additional partners and capabilities completing the transformation to Evans, Mechwart, Hambleton & Tilton, today known as EMH&T.

As the firm continued to grow beyond survey and site engineering, it added a range of new disciplines, including planning and landscape architecture, transportation engineering, environmental and cultural resources, urban design, geographic information systems, construction services, and railroad engineering to meet the multifaceted needs of a growing client base.

Today, EMH&T offers this comprehensive array of disciplines to address the full range of project needs, from concept through construction. The firm’s more than 350 professionals and technical personnel include civil, public works, transportation and water resource engineers, surveyors, construction managers, environmental scientists, GIS specialists, and land planners representing 16 core disciplines.

The firm will celebrate this milestone anniversary throughout 2016.

“We are planning a variety of activities to commemorate this special year in the firm’s history,” says Sandy, “and we all look forward to many more years of outstanding service to our valued clients, new and old.”

As part of the anniversary celebration, the firm has re-designed its company website to better reflect the people, projects, and culture of EMH&T. The new website will be launched as the kick-off event of the firm’s various anniversary activities.

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