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Celebrating Women’s History Month: Women in Engineering Panel

Did you know only 30% of female engineers remain in the field after 30 years?! And of those that leave, 30% cite workplace climate.   In honor of Women’s History Month, ms connected collegiate women with leaders in the industry to support and answer questions about what it means to be a woman in engineering. […]

5 Trends to Watch in Grocery for 2021

Research shows it takes between 18 and 254 days to form a long-lasting habit or change in behavior, and on average, just 66 days. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, grocers should take note of how shopper behaviors and expectations have changed into an entirely new lifestyle.   It’s no surprise that the pandemic will forever […]

Brad Yoho Joins ms as Vice President of Energy

ms consultants, inc., an engineering, architecture, and planning firm, has announced Mr. Brad Yoho has joined its Columbus, Ohio headquarters. He joins as the Vice President of Energy. Mr. Yoho will be leading the firm’s energy services for clients throughout the nation.   Mr. Yoho has a background in electrical engineering, specializing in energy. He […]

Sustainability 101: What does it all mean?

Sustainability is a common term used in the engineering, architecture, construction, and planning industries. It can mean many things and have many applications. Understanding our impact on the environment and monitoring our use of resources is important to sustainability efforts. By now, we’ve all heard “reduce, reuse, and recycle,” but sustainability is much more than […]

ms Q+A: Rebecca Cybulski

I’ve been at ms for 14 years. I started as a temporary employee with a three-week assignment and was then hired permanently as an Administrative Assistant. For the past 12 years, I’ve been in the IT department and currently manage the IT Help Desk. As if that career path wasn’t random enough, I have a […]

Project Funding with BRIC

Did you know the federal government has a program to pay for 75% of resiliency projects with a 25% local match? This split is 90%/10% for lower-income communities.   That’s right, the Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) Program is back for 2021 and it’s better than before!   The estimated availability of BRIC money […]

ms Q+A: Sandra Penczak

I have been with ms for eight years in an administrative position. I had a very crooked career path, never knowing what I wanted to be when I grew up. I have made fudge, been a substitute teacher, a secretary, and a bookkeeper before I started working at ms. I have also been a wife, […]

Wellness at Work: 2020 Awards

We are excited to announce ms consultants has been recognized with two distinguished awards for our Wellness at Work program! We have been recognized as a Healthiest Employers Honoree of Ohio and received the 2020 Healthy Worksite Gold Level Award from the Healthy Business Council of Ohio.   View the full video announcement of the […]

ms Q+A: Allan McDaniel

I’ve been at ms for a little over two years as a Bridge Engineer on the Columbus transportation team. I started out as a Roadway Engineer but moved to bridges to help with workload and never looked back. I graduated from Ohio Northern University with a Civil Engineering degree and am currently pursuing my professional […]