Architectural design brings government and community together
"The cost-effective revitalization of a vacant building into a vibrant, fully functioning City Hall to serve the residents sets a precedent for other communities. It has strengthened the City's profile as one of Southeast Michigan's leading innovative and environmentally conscientious cities."
“Future of transportation” intersects at technology and innovation
City of Gahanna
Fostering community development through a collective vision
"OHM Advisors uses an inclusive process, creative approach and consistently produces high quality projects. They're a great partner that seeks to thoroughly understand the goals of the community before proposing solutions."
Anthony Jones - Director of Planning and Development, City of Gahanna, Ohio
PROUD PM MOMENT: The completion of the Northwestern Connector and the I-75/University DDI. The design journey was extremely challenging, and to see them constructed during the same season was rewarding.
Our People Think Differently
Incredible things come from a team like this.
Director of Human Resources
WHY I DO THIS: To help maximize human-capital potential to create extraordinary results. My life's mission is to learn and develop, inspire, connect, and work with energized and forward-thinking professionals.
Columbus Engineering Manager
Aaron Call, PE
WHY I DO THIS: I love my team and get excited about coming to work at a place that views challenges as opportunities to do something great.
LAST LOL MOMENT: Hard to say. I do a lot of embarrassing stuff, so I laugh at myself at least once a day.
John Hiltz, PE
Director of Transportation
Pat Wingate, PE
MY DEFINITION OF AN ADVISOR: Someone who listens and leverages different expertise to approach challenges.
I'M EXCITED ABOUT: Finding solutions. Rugby. Aviation.
"I truly enjoy the collaborative work environment here at OHM Advisors; all projects are team projects. Few other places have as many innovative projects or an environment that promotes creative solutions. We work seamlessly across not only disciplines, but geographies."