The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) honored Ryan Kobbe, PE with the 2020 President’s Medal at the ASCE Annual Convention in October. Kobbe who serves as a Structural Engineer for T-O Engineers, was a recipient of the medal for his ‘dedicated service to ASCE student members both as an inspirational University of Wyoming Faculty Advisor and as an astute leader and student advocate within the Society’.
The Northwest Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives (NWAAAE) recently awarded T-O Engineers with the Corporate Award of Excellence. This award is given to companies who represent the very best in the field of aviation. T-O Engineers was recognized for their exemplary client support and for engaging in their local communities through volunteer work, legislative support, community outreach and local education efforts.
In 1920, a bridge was originally built over the Snake River in Marsing, Idaho to ship produce to and from Canyon and Ada counties to outside areas. The site was chosen due to the fact that the pylons for the bridge could be built on the relatively shallow river bottom at this location.
A simple internet inquiry for the definition of ‘Environment’ can be summarized in one word: surroundings. Dig a little deeper though, and the reality of the meaning behind the word ‘Environment’ means so much more. Merriam-Webster’s definition is quite a mouthful: the complex of physical, chemical, and biotic factors (such as climate, soil, and living things) that act upon an organism or an ecological community and ultimately determine its form and survival. This is where T-O