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NCEES Recognizes Dean Ringle for Outstanding Service 

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveyings (NCEES) 99th annual meeting looked a bit different this year. As Dean C. Ringle, P.E., P.S., concluded his one-year term as President of the organization, every aspect of the annual meeting was done virtually, including officer and CEO reports, elections, and the business session.

"While the structure and content of the meetings have varied over the last century, the focus has remained the same: to decide issues vital to engineering and surveying licensure in order to safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of the public, stated Ringle". NCEES acknowledged Ringle's service as President with an award which was also presented virtually. Congratulations to Mr. Ringle on completing his Presidency with NCEES. Christopher Knotts, P.E., of Louisiana, was installed as the new NCEES president.

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Upcoming Events

 October 2020 
December 9-11, 2020

CCAO & CEAO Virtual Winter Conference

Registration is for County Engineers Association Members and their Staff only. Use your “Engineers Only” login to access the Registration page.

There will be no tradeshow/exhibitors this year. We hope to see our tradeshow partners again in 2021!

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April 19-21, 2021

NACE Annual Conference

Riverside County / Palm Springs, California

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Crash-prone intersection will get a two-lane roundabout

Madison County, Ohio -A roundabout is coming to a Plain City-area intersection that has experienced a high rate of vehicle crashes over the last several years.

Madison County Engineer Bryan Dhume reported on Sept. 29 that the county will receive $1.3 million in federal money to put toward construction of a two-lane roundabout at the intersection of Plain City-Georgesville Road, Converse Huff Road, and Cemetery Pike.


Ohio County Engineers Attend White House Event

WASHINGTON – On Thursday, July 16, 2020, over 200 state, local, and tribal officials from around the country joined President Donald J. Trump on the White House South Lawn as he reviewed the administration’s ongoing efforts to reduce burdensome federal regulations. The President highlighted the regulatory actions taken to expedite infrastructure projects at an event entitled Rollback of Regulations Helping All Americans. Engineers attending from Ohio included Champaign County Engineer Stephen McCall, Delaware County Engineer Chris Bauserman, and CEAO Executive Director Dean Ringle who were invited as part of a delegation with seven other local transportation officials from the National Association of County Engineers (NACE). Vice President Mike Pence, Idaho Governor Bradley Little, and Alaska Governor Michael Dunleavy also addressed the group. 


Assistant Engineer Needed in Gallia County

Gallia County - Job Opportunity - The Gallia County Engineer's office is in search of an Assistant Engineer.  Gallia County Job Posting Assistant Engineer 


Civil Engineer/Project Manager Needed in Muskingum County

Muskingum County - Job Opportunity - The Muskingum County Engineer's office is in search of a Civil Engineer/Project Manager. The position is full time.  Muskingum County Civil Engineer Job Description


Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Enacts Stay at Home Order concerning COVID-19

Governor Mike DeWine along with Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton have enacted a stay-at-home order as the number of cases in the state continues to rise.

Update: Dr. Acton issued a new stay at home order that begins on April 7, 2020 and lasts through May 1, 2020. This order prohibits holding gatherings of any size and closes all nonessential businesses. It does NOT prohibit essential activities like going to the grocery store, receiving medical care, or taking your pet for a walk. Residents can return home from out of state and can leave the state.

Ohio Department of Health Stay at Home Order

Helpful resources and guidelines:

CISA Memo and Guidance on Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce

Stay at Home FAQ

Information on Stay at Home Order

We encourage you to stay up-to-date with information at

Also, if you have questions, call the Ohio Department of Health hotline at 1-833-4ASK-ODH.

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