Starting next year Summit County residents will pay $5 more to register each of their motor vehicles.
Congratulations to Mark J. Eicher, PE, PS, former Noble County Engineer, who was sworn in as the Muskingum County Engineer by Judge Eric Martin on Friday, May 18, 2018. Eicher was formerly a Muskingum County Deputy Engineer for two years. Before taking the Muskingum County Engineer position, he served as the Noble County Engineer for 6 years. The Muskingum County Engineer’s Office is responsible for maintaining approximately 530 miles of county roadway and 420 county bridges.
CEAO’s Board of Directors has established a scholarship program for Civil Engineering and/or Surveying students attending school in the State of Ohio. The intent of the Board is to increase awareness of the County Engineering profession and to encourage students and current county employees to become registered both as a Professional Engineer and as a Professional Surveyor.
Scholarships will be awarded to Civil Engineering and Surveying students at the Junior and Senior level of a Bachelors program and to current county employees who are interested in working toward their dual registration.
The 2018 Scholarship Application should be submitted directly to the CEAO office; selections will be made by the CEAO Scholarship Committee. Official transcripts from any college level courses you have completed must be included. Please return the completed application along with your supporting documentation by June 15, 2018 to:
County Engineers Association of Ohio
Attention: Scholarship Committee
6500 Busch Blvd. Suite 100
Columbus, OH 43229-1738
WINESBURG — A project that caused plenty of grumbling and complaining prior to its completion has proven to be an extremely successful undertaking.
The Holmes County Road 160 intersection project has been selected as the winner of the 2018 Outstanding Highway Project Award by the Cuyahoga Valley Section of the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) in the under $5 million category.
Mount Vernon - The field of engineering is intricately woven into the fabric of our everyday lives.
"If you think about it, anything and everything you think of at some point in time probably had an engineer involved in it," Knox County Engineer Cameron Keaton told the news.
Ohio has some of the most structurally deficient bridges in the U.S., according to a new report.
The American Road and Transportation Builders Association released an analysis on Monday that shows Ohio has the 12th-highest number of structurally deficient bridges in the country.