Noteworthy Happenings

Here’s the latest on some of our project partnerships, as well as news about what our employees are up to:

April 22, 2019
Photographer Pays a Visit

Walking into Jezerinac Geers office the first thing you see are two 42″x 55″ prints of steel lace truss members. These black and white photos represent our commitment to hold paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the public. Today we were lucky to have the photographer of those prints, Adam Kilbourne, visit us to …Continue Reading »

Photographer Pays a Visit
February 14, 2019
Proud to Support the Moody Nolan Legacy Project

As a long-time project partner with Moody Nolan, Jezerinac Geers is proud to support their effort to give back to the community. Here’s the complete story on the Moody Nolan Legacy Project: Moody Nolan Announces Legacy Project to Serve Families in Need of Homes   Architecture firm Moody Nolan has announced an initiative designed to …Continue Reading »

Proud to Support the Moody Nolan Legacy Project
December 19, 2018
Rob Johnson Makes Dublin Better

Jezerinac Geers’ Principal and Vice President, Rob Johnson, is the 2018 recipient of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce President’s Award and we couldn’t be more proud of his effort to make the community a better place to live and work! You can see a video highlight his work with the Chamber, https://bit.ly/2PtYggb. Below is Rob’s letter …Continue Reading »

Rob Johnson Makes Dublin Better
June 20, 2018
Employee Spotlight

Meet Corey Smith, Design Engineer Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, The Ohio State University M.Eng., Structural Engineering, Lehigh University   What makes you tick? Anything that challenges me. How did you survive the 10-month, compressed schedule to get your M.Eng. in structural engineering? Good friends and coffee! If you could learn to do anything, what …Continue Reading »

Employee Spotlight
May 24, 2018
And, the John Schaad Achievement Scholarship Winner is …

Cole Earich believes in putting in the extra effort. You know, giving that little added push even when you think you’re at your limit. Cole applied that philosophy on the football field and in academics, and the results paid off. Cole not only received accolades for his work on the field, he also saw the …Continue Reading »

And, the John Schaad Achievement Scholarship Winner is ...