Noteworthy Happenings

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

October 25, 2016
No Melt Your Face Off Chili

Fortunately Stan Fuller’s chili wasn’t the “melt your face off” kind that he had hoped would win first prize in the Jezerinac Geers annual Chili Cook-off! Although Stan’s chili was certainly spicy, our faces fortunately stayed intact as we tasted and debated the merits of all seven entrants in our annual chili making contest. In …Continue Reading »

No Melt Your Face Off Chili
July 18, 2016
Thankful to Support Pelotonia

by Alain Kabbara, PE I’m writing to you today to ask for your help.  On August 5th 2016 I have committed to ride 50 miles in Pelotonia 2016 to raise money for cancer research.  This will be my first Pelotonia ride and am extremely excited.  I’ve lived in Columbus for nearly 10 years and have …Continue Reading »

Thankful to Support Pelotonia
June 8, 2016
Head, Heart, Hand, Health Make an Impact

by Sarah Beam, John A. Schaad Achievement Scholarship Winner “Head, Heart, Hands, Health”, four common words that when joined together, hold great meaning for me. For the last twelve years, these four words, which represent the foundation of 4- H, have helped me move from an extremely shy little girl to a confident young woman. …Continue Reading »

Head, Heart, Hand, Health Make an Impact
June 8, 2016
John A. Schaad Achievement Scholarship Awarded

Hi friends, meet Sarah Beam. She’s a 2016 graduate of Morgan High School in McConnelsville, Ohio, and is the recipient of this year’s John A. Schaad Achievement Scholarship. The scholarship honors John, a long-time, valued engineer with our firm, who lost his courageous battle with cancer in 2013. Jezerinac Geers & Associates, Inc., along with …Continue Reading »

John A. Schaad Achievement Scholarship Awarded
May 4, 2016
Thinking About Winter Already?

Spring weather is barely here, but a team of engineers at Jezerinac Geers is already thinking about winter. Working with Thomas & Marker Construction, we’re on the design-build team to replace Mad River Mountain’s ski lodge, which was lost to a fire last September. The new 46,000 sq. ft. lodge features a loft area on …Continue Reading »

Thinking About Winter Already?