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LJB Contracted to Deliver Safety Services for the Pentagon

LJB Contracted to Deliver Safety Services for the Pentagon

LJB has been contracted to support the Department of Defense Washington…
LJB Earns 3 ACEC Ohio Honor Awards

LJB Earns 3 ACEC Ohio Honor Awards

LJB is pleased to announce that we have earned three awards…
LJB to design roadway improvement in Delaware County, Ohio

LJB to design roadway improvement in Delaware County, Ohio

The Delaware County Engineer’s Office has selected LJB to design the…
Ohio Turnpike Selects LJB for Two-Year General Engineering Services Contract

Ohio Turnpike Selects LJB for Two-Year General Engineering Services Contract

The Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission (OTIC) has selected LJB to…
LJB Receives Three Tilt-Up Design Awards

LJB Receives Three Tilt-Up Design Awards

At this year’s virtual Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) Convention & Expo,…
Tomasula Selected for Tilt-Up Industry College of Fellows

Tomasula Selected for Tilt-Up Industry College of Fellows

The Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) has accepted LJB Structures Practice Leader…

Insights + Articles

Structural engineering is a stressful profession, especially for young engineers. The construction industry is highly competitive regardless of your niche in it, and clients are always looking for designs to be maximally efficient and executed as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, projects run even faster today than they did a decade ago, leaving less time for young engineers to learn how to produce quality work quickly and communicate effectively with their clients.

When a cement company needed to connect its existing quarry with a new quarry on the other side of a state route, LJB designed a bridge to create a new haul road that will extend the company’s mining operations for at least the next 30 years. The project also keeps large rock-hauling trucks off public roadways, minimizing impacts on the surrounding community and improving safety along the state route.

Fall protection equipment is the most visible aspect of a fall protection program, and it can also be the most costly. Unfortunately, these investments can be poured down the drain if personal fall protection systems are not implemented correctly. In this article published in The Leader magazine, LJB’s Thomas Kramer, P.E., CSP, provides tips to protect your personnel as well as your investment in fall protection PPE.

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