Noteworthy Happenings

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

October 1, 2019
Thoughts on Wood Construction

by Robert L. Johnson, PE, SE A recent Columbus Dispatch article picked-up on the growing use of wood construction for mid-rise buildings that’s occurring in the Columbus area. The article is spot on as it is now commonplace for multifamily buildings to utilize the advantages of the newer codes that permit up to five stories …Continue Reading »

Thoughts on Wood Construction
August 21, 2019
Employee Spotlight

Meet Jenna Stone, Receptionist There’s a new voice on the other end of the phone when you call us. Meet Jenna! She comes to JGA with nine years of client service experience and we’re happy to have her. What makes you tick? COFFEE — which seems to be common here at JGA! What do you …Continue Reading »

Employee Spotlight
August 19, 2019
Sports = Valuable Lifetime Lessons

As a high school senior, Avery Dillaha, realized three important life lessons from her decade of participation in basketball and volleyball. By playing a team sport, Avery learned the importance of dedication, time management and working well with others. She plans to exemplify these lessons throughout her life. Because of this foresight, she is the …Continue Reading »

Sports = Valuable Lifetime Lessons
July 22, 2019
Stuff Your Dog Fund-Raising Event for Pelotonia

How many hot dogs does it take to raise $450 for cancer research?   A total of 43 that’s how many! Jezerinac Geers hosted a Stuff Your Dog fund-raising luncheon for Project Engineer, Alain Kabbara, who is riding in fourth Pelotonia next month! Founded in 2008, Pelotonia is three-day bicycling and volunteerism event with One …Continue Reading »

Stuff Your Dog Fund-Raising Event for Pelotonia
June 20, 2019
Storm Shelter Site Built Design Engineer

Considering that over 1,000 tornadoes are recorded each year in the US, Jezerinac Geers is proud that Stan Fuller, PE, a principal of our firm, is now designated as a “site built design engineer” by the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA). The NSSA states, “Site Built Design Engineer Members are registered professional engineers who design …Continue Reading »

Storm Shelter Site Built Design Engineer