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Gannett Fleming Engineers Selected to Design Buckeye Lake Dam Rehabilitation

Posted on 7/20/2015 by Engineering in Buckeye Lake Dam

ODNR has contracted with Gannett Fleming Engineers and Architects, P.C., Westerville, to design the long-term remediation of Buckeye Lake Dam. The contract for $8.3 million was approved by the state Controlling Board today.

Approval by the Board will now pave the way for preliminary design options developed by the firm to be discussed with the Buckeye Lake community over the next few weeks, as well as proposed strategies to expedite the project to the shortest length of time possible.

Gannett Fleming is an American-based engineering firm specializing in international planning, design, and construction management. The company has been providing full-service, multidisciplinary engineering services since its founding in 1915 as "Farley Gannett, Consulting Engineer," first in the U.S. and eventually abroad.

Gannett Fleming currently employs 1900 people in over 50 offices throughout the United States and Canada as well as representation in 51 countries. For more information about the firm, go to gannettfleming.com.

View Agenda item #84 for Contract Details Now (bottom of page)

 


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