We do some pretty good things! Department Managers and Branch Managers give WOW points to employees who they feel deserves extra recognition. These employees go above and beyond their call of duty to provide excellent service to their clients and coworkers.
At CTL Engineering we are always growing and continuously looking for new talent! Check out all of our new hires for Summer 2019.
CTL ends each year with recognizing outstanding individuals and departments. Awards were presented to the recipients listed below in each of the following categories: Length of Service Awards 5 Years: Kent McFarland, David Hulse, John Maul, James Gresham, Aaron Osborne, Thomas Palko 10 Years: Joseph Hakim 15 Years: Walt Rough, Many Weldemedhen, […]
Since the United States formed over 200 years ago, our country has progressively been a beacon of freedom and embraced acceptance of diversity. It is a necessary ingredient for the success of democracy, where diverse ideas help to find new solutions to old problems. Read more.
CTL Employee of the Year, Dawn Pressler! Positive attitude, dedication, and so much more! Read about Dawn’s extensive history with CTL.
For centuries, the only way to study and assess subsurface conditions was through the use of boreholes. Engineers and environmental consultants commonly use boreholes as part of a geotechnical investigation or environmental site assessment. They can be used to collect soil, water, and rock core samples, to advance sampling equipment, or to install monitoring wells. […]
Limited budgets for staff and maintenance often lead to a reactive model in which maintenance staff is responding to a crisis rather than planning to manage problems proactively. Ideally, reactive work should only account for 10 – 15% of your facility’s total maintenance workload. When the majority of work is reactive, and facilities maintenance staff […]
At their new location in the Jerry Hammond Center, the City of Columbus Civil Service Commission has taken a giant technological leap forward thanks to Industrial Communication and Sound (ICS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of CTL Engineering. Going from camcorders with memory cards to video streaming and storage servers, the Columbus Civil Service Commission now has […]
For 24 years now, CTL’s VP & Chief Financial Officer, Ali Jamshiti, has supported the American Heart Association (AHA) by fund raising for the Central Ohio Heart Walk.
Support and mentorship are key to helping leaders grow. That’s why we created a program within our company to foster a culture of success to assist with recruitment, employee engagement, and staff retention here at CTL. Read about it here.