Engineering Insight: TEC’s Blog
Our team worked with local jurisdictions to secure ODOT Safety Funds for seven (7) projects in 2020. TEC was glad to collaborate with these entities to improve safety. The projects include the following: HAM CR 23 1.42, West Road Improvements – City of Harrison: Street lighting and a sidewalk on
Traffic signal improvements are some of the most common and cost-effective means for relieving congestion, stopped delays, and travel times along a corridor and throughout a municipality. One such improvement is an interconnected traffic signal system. This is a system that creates the infrastructure for communication between each traffic
An origin-destination study is used for planning purposes to determine traffic patterns along a given route or set of routes. All traffic patterns (or a sample of specified traffic patterns) are collected using a variety of methods. Anonymous data from a driver’s smart phone, license plate readers or aerial
Congratulations to Hamilton, Florence/Boone County, and Springdale for receiving OKI CMAQ/STP funding. TEC had the pleasure of assisting these communities with their grant applications. In addition, TEC assisted Fairfield County and Marietta with HSP and CMAQ funding applications.
Did you know that any public entity with 50 or more employees must meet requirements set forth by Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? Requirements include designating an ADA coordinator, establishing a grievance procedure, establishing a transition plan, and performing periodic self-evaluations. To ensure all persons
The tragic events that took place in Dayton just a few days ago sadden us all. We feel deep compassion for the victims and their friends, family and loved ones. Our hearts and prayers are with you, Dayton. Click here to learn how to help the victims and families of
Do you have culvert records in a filing cabinet, sign records in an old database program, pavement condition records in a shapefile, and guardrail records in Excel? When repaving a road, wouldn’t you like your crews to know about the failing culvert located underneath so it can be replaced
Two of our employees (Kellie Linville and Ahmad Saleh) have acquired Remote Pilot Licenses from the FAA. TEC is now able to fly drones for commercial purposes! With over 160 flights recorded to date, our pilots have experience in traffic monitoring, survey, traffic counts, project tracking and more. Our
TEC congratulates Edward Williams and Andrea Harth on earning their Road Safety Professional (RSP) certifications! This is a new certification offered through the Transportation Professional Certification Board (TPCB). Learn more here: http://www.tpcb.org/rsp/
TEC is proud to congratulate Dylan Osborn for receiving his Professional Engineer (PE) certification! Dylan has worked at TEC since 2014. He is responsible for signal design, signal timing, asset management data collection, data analysis, and engineering studies.
TEC Engineering, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of our newest Associates. Each is a long-time employee that has played an instrumental role in the growth and success of the firm. Each has shown a strong commitment to providing exceptional client service and design quality. Andrea Harth Andrea began
TEC was proud to support OKI as a Platinum Sponsor at the 2018 Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments Annual Luncheon. It was great to hear Bob Castellini speak about progress and collaboration across the OKI region. #oki2018
TEC completed the design and installation of Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) on Cincinnati and ODOT fiber to address congestion from two downtown sports arenas and entertainment district at The Banks. Phase I consisted of installation of two Freeway Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) on SB 1-75 and I-71. Phase II involved
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Transport is engaging TEC's engineering skills to enhance the safety of the roadway networks across the Kingdom. To learn more, click here (use Google Translate): http://bit.ly/2zb3ys9