The County Commissioners Association of Ohio and County Engineers Association of Ohio invite you to the CCAO/CEAO Winter Conference.
December 6, 7 & 8, 2023
Communicate, Create and Connect at the CCAO/CEAO Annual Winter Conference 2023
This year's conference will take place at the new Hilton Tower located at 402 N. High Street in downtown Columbus.
Visit the Conferences and Events tab for more information. To register now click on the following link winter conference registration page
December 6 (10:00AM) - 8 (12:00PM), 2023
Hilton Columbus Downtown
402 North High Street
Hancock County, Ohio - Hancock County Engineer Douglas Cade has been named the 2023 winner of Ohio’s David F. Brand Safety Award by the County Engineers Association of Ohio. Cade also has been nominated for the national David F. Brand Safety Award. The winner of the national award will be named in April 2024 by the National Association of County Engineers. The state and national safety awards recognize an individual who has had a positive influence on improving safety on the local, regional, state and national levels. The award is considered a lifetime achievement award, recognizing an individual's efforts to join forces with other organizations to improve safety and eliminate fatalities and serious injuries.
Roller coasters. Suspension bridges. Space shuttles. Artificial hearts. The modern world would not know such innovations without the knowledge and skills of engineers. And since we depend on these inventions being safe and reliable, the engineers who design them must first complete a rigorous course of study.
But that’s not all. Many of the most sought-after and respected engineers also earn a Professional Engineer (PE) license after graduating from an accredited college, acquiring years of professional experience and passing two sets of exams.
UNITY TWP., Ohio (WKBN) – It appears that supply chain issues are holding up the completion of a road paving project in Columbiana County.
Officials with the Ohio Department of Transportation say a nationwide shortage of pavement-marking paint has kept them from finishing work on a stretch of Route 14 that was repaved over the summer months.
LOGAN COUNTY, OH - Today’s Logan County Spotlight is on the Bickham Covered Bridge. The Bickham Covered Bridge is located on County Road 38 between State Route 366 and County Road 98 near Indian Lake. The bridge is over the south fork of the Great Miami River. It is one of two covered bridges that remain in Logan County. The other one is called McColly Covered Bridge on County Road 13.
PUTNAM COUNTY — The Putnam County Engineer is providing notice to the public regarding the following project: Replacement of the bridge over Cranberry Run on County Road O, between Township Road 7-L and County Road 6 in Riley Township. The Putnam County Engineer, in partnership with ODOT, plans to replace this bridge to resolve the current weight restriction. The Putnam County Engineer received a grant through the County Engineers Association of Ohio Bridge Formula Program (Round 2), which provides for 100% of the project construction costs.