LJB is pleased to announce that we have earned three awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Ohio organization. These three award-winning projects showcase the diverse services LJB provides, and the unique ways we impact the clients and communities we serve.
LJB completed the overall project coordination and design of the bridge rehabilitation to relocate the historic Zenas King Arch bridge from rural Shelby County, Ohio, for reconstruction in Tawawa Park in Sidney, Ohio. In addition to preserving the historic structure, this project also created a new connection between two trails in the park.
Using its combination of pandemic planning and engineering expertise, LJB’s team developed a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) for each of the district’s six schools. The team assessed the district’s existing reopening plans and weighed factors—such as critical functions, building floor plans, and crucial resources—to develop the safety procedures, controls and training resources needed to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
LJB provided an updated GIS solution to support the Village’s Public Works department to incorporate legacy inventory data, GIS files, and CAD drawings into an enterprise solution providing mobile access to field crews supporting the Village’s electrical, water, wastewater, and stormwater networks.