Dedicated to improving quality of life through well planned and designed development and public works projects throughout the country – EMH&T is a valued supporter of the Central Ohio Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA.
In 1926, Gordon E. Evans founded a small land surveying firm in Gahanna, Ohio, to support the growing local development market. What began as a one-man start-up has since grown exponentially, with offices and service disciplines strategically added to meet clients’ needs.
Today, EMH&T is licensed throughout the Midwest and Southeast, where hundreds of employees serve a wide variety of clients. Service offerings include planning and landscape architecture, transportation engineering, geographic information systems, environmental and cultural resources, construction services, infrastructure evaluation, urban design and railroad engineering.
Led by President Sandy Doyle-Ahern, EMH&T’s dedicated leadership team and talented employees comprise a professional firm deep with expertise and experience, driven by a genuine interest in clients. The EMH&T legacy is proudly defined by the original intent of Gordon Evans nearly a century ago: dedication to the performance of quality services.