Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. (CMT) continues to strengthen its Ohio operations with the recent hiring of two veteran transportation engineers. Benjamin Brown, PE, and Joshua Lockhart, PE, bring over 25 years of combined experience on transportation projects in Ohio and throughout the Midwest.
“Ben and Josh are going to allow us to better serve our current transportation clients, and to expand our reach on other projects. We’re fortunate to have found two seasoned transportation professionals and we’re excited about everything they will bring to our team here in Ohio,” said Greg Heaton, PE, manager of CMT’s Columbus office.
Brown has previously served as project manager and senior engineer on many highway projects, including several for the Ohio Department of Transportation. He is a 1996 graduate of the Ohio State University.
Lockhart is also a graduate of the Ohio State University, having received his civil engineering degree in 2005. His most recent experience is as the lead structural inspector for the $200 million Columbus Crossroads construction project .
CMT established its Ohio office in 2003 and remains committed to expanding its services to clients in the state. In addition to working on roadway and bridge projects, the firm’s Columbus staff also provides planning, design, and construction-related services to many airports in the state.