Monthly Archives: February 2020


Congratulations: Many Weldmedhen has been promoted to Laboratory Supervisor for the Columbus Soils Lab. Accolades: We do some pretty good things!  We like to recognize our employee-owners.  Check out all of our accolades and wow points! WOW Points: Department Managers and Branch Managers give WOW points to employees who they feel deserves extra recognition. These […]


At CTL Engineering we are always growing and continuously looking for new talent! Check out all of our new hires for Winter 2020.       Cleveland, Ohio      Jacob Goroncy – Technician      Nithya Kurumandur Manikkam – Project Engineer Columbus, Ohio      Robert Kellam – Project Engineer      Farouk Benmammar […]

2019 – A Year in Review

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, […]

A Letter From CK Satyapriya: Winter 2020

A letter from our President CK Satyapriya for Winter 2020.  Each quarter the President & CEO of CTL Engineering addresses our clients and employee-owners. Dear Valued Client, I wish you all a MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR, and I would like to Quote Mahatma Gandhi, whose 150th birthday was celebrated on October 2, 2019. Keep […]

Over a Quarter Century of Dedication! Dawn Pressler, CTL’s 2019 Employee of the Year

HISTORY Dawn Pressler began her long-time career at CTL on March 2nd, 1992, almost 28 years ago!  With a business degree, Dawn was hired as department 2 Columbus Construction Services admin.  In 1998, she stepped up to oversee department 2 and the newly formed department 6 Columbus setting up procedures and functions of both departments, […]

The Role of Electrical Resistivity in Construction Projects

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.   […]

Investing in a Facilities Maintenance Assessment Program Saves Time and Money

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 […]

Our Civic Duty: Helping Columbus Police Officers and Firefighters

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 […]