Meet Danny Ruffley, Project Engineer and Jezerinac Geers’ Newest Employee University of Cincinnati, Bachelor and Master of Civil Engineering Originally from Grove City and now living in Grandview What makes you tick? Coffee. Waay too much coffee. Why did you decide to become an engineer? I always wanted to know how and why. Sometimes …Continue Reading »
Jezerinac Geers staff is all smiles dropping off treats and scratching some ears at Columbus Humane! Pictured with us are the volunteer managers for the organization, as well as adoptable dogs Saint (left) and Felicity (right). A Good Scratch and 220 Pounds of Treats Treats It’s the season of giving and when Jezerinac Geers heard …Continue Reading »
Jezerinac Geer’s number of professional engineers just grew by one as Mike Barr passed his licensure exam! Congrats, Mike! We’re happy when one of our staff reaches a professional milestone, and what better way to celebrate than with ice cream and ballons!
by: Stan Fuller, P.E., Principal A Summary: The Basics of Storm Shelter Design, Construction, and Operation Introduction Put on your seat belts! The new Ohio Building Code goes into effect on November 1. One of the most impactful sections of this code can be found in section 423, titled “Storm Shelters.” Occupying less than one …Continue Reading »
Working on projects that have a positive impact on community is at the heart of what Jezerinac Geers stands for. Recently three of our projects were finalists for the James B. Recchie Design Award bestowed by the Columbus Landmarks Foundation. The award celebrates projects that add to the distinctive character and improved quality of life …Continue Reading »