Main Street Makeover and Member of the Year: B&N Recognized by WTS

WTS Columbus President Joy Lanham (left) presents the Innovative Transportation Solutions award to B&N Project Manager Amy Rosepiler (center). They are joined by keynote speaker Elaine Roberts, President and CEO of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority.

The Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) Columbus chapter recognized B&N’s Tremont Road Improvements project with the 2016 Innovation Transportation Solutions Award. The annual award was presented during a chapter ceremony held on January 28th.

The project, located in Upper Arlington, Ohio, will make over the City’s main thoroughfare with improvements to safety and access for pedestrians, cyclists, transit users and motorists. Plans include improving the roadway and multiple intersections, improving connections to community resources, and enhancing the corridor with various streetscape applications.

Congratulations to Upper Arlington City Engineer Jackie Thiel, PE, and B&N Project Manager Amy Rosepiler, PE on this award. Read more about B&N’s Tremont Road project.

Member of the Year

Emilie Worley, PE, PTOE

In addition to the project award, B&N’s Transportation and Traffic Engineer Emilie Worley, PE, PTOE, was named the WTS Columbus chapter’s Member of the Year. Congratulations to Emilie on this well-deserved recognition.

WTS is an international organization with more than 5,000 members – both men and women – dedicated to building the future of transportation through the global advancement of women.