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Posted on: May 17, 2018

Clark County Engineer's Office wins state ODOT award

Submitted photo from ODOT

The Clark County Engineer’s Office was honored at the 2nd Annual Civil Rights Transportation Symposium, held in Columbus on April 10 and 11 by the Ohio Department of Transportation’s Division of Opportunity Diversity and Inclusion.

The Engineer’s Office won the state ODOT Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion award for Local Public Agencies.

“We’re very proud of this award,” Engineer Jonathan A. Burr said. “We take diversity very seriously in our office and we work hard on a daily basis to practice those principles.”

The awards are given to recognize outstanding individuals and businesses that have developed a positive reputation in the industry for professionalism, integrity in work standards and performance, exhibit a commitment to business development, and uphold the spirit and principles of Civil Rights in Transportation and Diversity and Inclusion, according to ODOT.

Pictured from Left to Right: Ohio Department of Transportation District 7 Deputy Director Randy Chevalley, Clark County Engineer Johnathan A. Burr and ODOT Director Jerry Wray. Submitted photo by ODOT


Media contact:

Clark County | Michael Cooper, Public Information Officer, 937-521-2031

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