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Great Continuing Education Opportunities Coming this Spring!

Ohio’s County Engineers depend on CEAO to offer valuable continuing education opportunities each year not only for themselves but also for county staff! Don’t miss our upcoming Bridge Workers, Supervisors and Engineers Conference and Trade Show, April 11-12, 2018 at the beautiful Deer Creek Lodge and Conference Center.

Our 2018 Land Records Modernization Conference on June 13th is also one you won’t want to miss! This one-day conference offers a valuable six credit hours towards surveying licensure. For more information about these upcoming conferences and to register, simply view our Conferences and Events webpage.

2018 Storm Water Conference photo


Photo: Kate Radtke, Drainage E.I. with Franklin County Engineer's Office presents during CEAO's 2018 Ohio Storm Water Management and Drainage Conference. 

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Upcoming Events

 March 2018 
April 11-12, 2018

2018 Bridge Workers, Supervisors & Engineers Conference & Trade Show

Deer Creek State Park Lodge
Mt. Sterling, Ohio

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April 22-26, 2018

2018 NACE Annual Conference

Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin

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Latest News


Holmes County Road 160 project earns award

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. 


Civil engineering a difficult, but satisfying job for Keaton

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 ranks among worst states with deficient bridges

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.


Summit County OKs $5 motor vehicle license fees hike to pay for bridge, road projects

Starting next year Summit County residents will pay $5 more to register each of their motor vehicles.


Extreme winter weather means more potholes in Clark County, region

The most severe winter weather in recent years also has produced more potholes on Clark County roads.

“Some counties are saying the potholes are worse this year,” Ohio Department of Transportation spokeswoman Mandi Dillon said in a statement.

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