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Choice One Engineering

Choice One Engineering

We provide responsive, common-sense solutions in Civil Engineering, Surveying, and Landscape Architecture. We have fun, enjoy the relationships we build, take pride in our work and focus on opportunities that are consistent with our capabilities.

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In honor of our friend, Tom Coverstone, please share with someone interested in civil engineering or surveying! ... See MoreSee Less

In honor of our friend, Tom Coverstone, please share with someone interested in civil engineering or surveying!

#ThrowbackThursday to our ribbon cutting for the Loveland office. www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilf6RVcwRl8 ... See MoreSee Less

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We took a midday break to watch co-op Cade Lyman solve the Rubik’s Cube! Watch him get it done below! (⏰ 1 min watch) ... See MoreSee Less

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Choice Mindsets: Not My Bag
Luke Hemmelgarn: “It’s not a purse. It’s a lunch bag.”
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We have lots of folks who carry bags in and out of the office, but Luke’s pink fabric “lunch bag” did sort of stand out as an unusual accessory for him. But sometimes, when you’re in a rush, you grab whatever is available. So with two daughters, it’s no surprise there’s a bit of pink hanging around Luke’s house. But we’re still going to pick on him.

As engineers, surveyors, and landscape architects, we often carry some unusual work-related accessories. We’ve already covered how hard hats are a girl’s best friend. But there are lots of strange things we carry in and out of the office related to our work, like measuring wheels, manhole hooks (Google it if you’ve never seen one—they’re vicious-looking), sledgehammers, and traffic cameras (also big and sort of unidentifiable if you’re not a traffic engineer). Add that to the non-work related things we keep in our cars, and we have quite the collection of items far more random than a pink purse… ahem, “lunch bag.”

So don’t feel ashamed Luke, and carry that uncommon bag proudly. Besides, it’s not that your bag is pink, it’s that it doesn’t have Choice One green on it (if only we knew where to get you one of those…). Regardless, if you keep your keys in it, Luke, it’s a purse. No matter how much lunch is in it.
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Choice Mindsets: Not My Bag
Luke Hemmelgarn: “It’s not a purse. It’s a lunch bag.”
https://conta.cc/3fnCiuP

We have lots of folks who carry bags in and out of the office, but Luke’s pink fabric “lunch bag” did sort of stand out as an unusual accessory for him. But sometimes, when you’re in a rush, you grab whatever is available. So with two daughters, it’s no surprise there’s a bit of pink hanging around Luke’s house. But we’re still going to pick on him.
 
As engineers, surveyors, and landscape architects, we often carry some unusual work-related accessories. We’ve already covered how hard hats are a girl’s best friend. But there are lots of strange things we carry in and out of the office related to our work, like measuring wheels, manhole hooks (Google it if you’ve never seen one—they’re vicious-looking), sledgehammers, and traffic cameras (also big and sort of unidentifiable if you’re not a traffic engineer). Add that to the non-work related things we keep in our cars, and we have quite the collection of items far more random than a pink purse… ahem, “lunch bag.” 
 
So don’t feel ashamed Luke, and carry that uncommon bag proudly. Besides, it’s not that your bag is pink, it’s that it doesn’t have Choice One green on it (if only we knew where to get you one of those…). Regardless, if you keep your keys in it, Luke, it’s a purse. No matter how much lunch is in it.
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Loveland Charity Cup 2021

Thanks to all who participated and supported Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank at out annual Charity Cup! Together we raised $19,455 to help purchase 120,000 diapers for families in need in the Cincinnati region. Congratulations to CTL Engineering for winning the Man on the Moon bucketball tournament!

Sidney Charity Cup 2021

Thanks to all who participated and donated to support the Miami Valley Down Syndrome Association and Ronald McDonald House Charities. Together we reached our goal to fund MVDSA’s annual family picnic at Young’s Jersey Dairy AND were able to sponsor 2 rooms for RMHC! Congratulations to the Village of Fort Loramie for bringing home the trophy!

Loveland Charity Cup 2019

Loveland Choice One Charity Cup 2019 is in the books! Congratulations to the Village of Blanchester for winning the bucketball tournament! Huber General Contracting came in second. Thanks to our amazing clients in the Cincinnati area we were able to donate $21,780 to Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank. That’s a total of 181,250 diapers for babies in need!

Sidney Charity Cup 2019

 

Thanks to your contributions, we were able to raise $7,538.00 for the Miami Valley Down Syndrome Association and Jerry and Charlie’s Helping Hands! Congrats to ODOT District 7 for bring home the trophy, and “Sir” Lewie Pickering of Jackson Center for winning the longest beard contest!