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Come Visit Us at the Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference (OTEC), October 25-26, 2016

Lynn S. Miggins, P.E.

September 20, 2016 – KS Associates will once again be among this year’s exhibitors at the 70th annual Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference (OTEC) on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 25-26, 2016. The conference takes place at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. The event addresses the latest technologies and policies affecting the Ohio transportation industry and is expected to bring together more than 3,750 professionals from around the state.

Stop by our exhibit (Booth #522) to discuss transportation engineering and surveying topics, and to meet members of KS Associates’ Transportation and Survey Groups. Representatives will be on hand to discuss recent projects including the major rehabilitation of three bridges and approximately .75 miles of pavement replacement along I-90 in Cleveland, Ohio, (CUY-90-26.16); the $22 million State Route 57 Corridor Improvement Project in Elyria, Ohio; the use of 3D laser scanning to perform surveying services for the reconstruction of Cleveland Public Square; and other major projects for transportation and transit authorities including the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission (OTIC), Cleveland Airport Systems, and Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA).

The KS Associates Transportation Group specializes in planning, bridge and roadway design, and construction inspection services for all types of transportation projects. The Group is pre-qualified by ODOT, cities, and counties to provide transportation services throughout the state of Ohio.

Our Survey Group is comprised of Professional Surveyors and experienced field crew with the training, technology, and skill necessary to tackle large, complex transportation projects.

See you there!


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