Easily Navigate Tree Clearing Restrictions

Machinery for tree clearing clears property before develooment.

Imagine a development firm is ready to develop a piece of forested property. The proper permits are in hand, and the next step is clearing the property. But then the developer is told they can’t cut down trees.

Developers may be surprised to find tree clearing is often not as simple as expected.

Thermal Control Monitoring: An Important Component in Your Next Concrete Pour

Does your next construction project have mass concrete components?

Monitoring the temperature of concrete as it is poured and cured is one of the most important steps in the construction of a concrete structure.

Without the proper temperature, concrete may lose strength or durability, which ultimately affects the strength and durability of your structure.

Geotechnical Instrumentation Increases Stability and Safety

Geotechnical instrumentation helped monitor slope stability following a landslide.

Certain construction projects have more risk of adverse consequences than others. Projects involving tunneling or large transportation embankment fills, for instance, have a higher risk of collapse, landslides, or settlement. This may lead to damage to existing structures. Especially as the soil is disturbed, the ground can become less stable, increasing risk of adverse effects. […]

A Letter From CK Satyapriya: Summer 2021

A letter from our President CK Satyapriya for Summer 2021.  Each quarter the President & CEO of CTL Engineering addresses our clients and employee-owners. Dear Client and Employee Owners: A friend of mine sent this statement by David Suzuki – “The way we see the world shapes the way we treat it. If a mountain […]

People on the Move

“Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen.” -Michael Jordan   Promotions CTL is pleased to announce that Wayne Karem, PhD, PE, PG, D.GE is the Geotechnical Regional Service Line Manager and Associate of the Company. He will lead the Geotechnical Services group in Kentucky, Indiana and Southwestern […]

Homegrown Leadership: A CTL Success Story

One of the unique qualities of CTL is how many people make it their forever career.  Maybe it’s the family-like atmosphere or the fact that people see the value in our ESOP.  Whatever the reason, CTL has many success stories, and here’s one of them. After graduating in March 2001 from The Ohio State University […]


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 employees go above and beyond their call of duty to provide excellent service to […]


At CTL Engineering we are always growing and continuously looking for new talent! Check out all of our new hires for Summer 2021.       Akron, Ohio      Mamadou Diallo – Project Inspector      Noah Klein – Intern      Joseph Zahran – Intern Cincinnati, Ohio      Russell Hall – ICS […]

Coordinating Engineering Services Can Save Time, Money and Shorten Project Timelines

CTL Engineering offers diversified engineering and testing services to understand the project’s needs and offer the correct expertise for the challenges at hand. One of the ways CTL provides time and cost savings to a client is through our ability to coordinate engineering services. Coordinated services can prevent costly delays Many municipal, private, and site […]

Asset Management Programs Help Clients Plan, Save Money

CTL offers asset management programs for Traffic, Pavement and Building Envelope

Whether it’s roads, traffic structures, or buildings, a well-crafted asset management program helps cities and businesses budget better and ultimately save money. The first step in maintaining infrastructure is inevitably knowing what you have. But for many clients — especially municipalities, businesses with multiple locations, or schools with campuses — it can be difficult to […]