May 2017

CEAO Announces Dean Ringle as New Executive Director

On May 4, the County Engineers Association of Ohio (CEAO) announced Dean C. Ringle, P.E., P.S., as their new Executive Director, effective July 1.

Dean has worked at the Franklin County Engineer’s Office for more than 36 years, with the last 17 years serving as the County Engineer. During those years he has served in various capacities and on various committees for CEAO.

A longtime member of NACE, Dean was recognized as the 2013 NACE Urban County Engineer of the Year, also having been recognized by CEAO as the 2011 County Engineer of the Year. Dean serves as the Ohio Director on the NACE Board of Directors.

“Dean Ringle is one of the most highly respected public officials in the Central Ohio region and he is widely respected across the state and the nation,” acknowledged Chris Bauserman, P.E., P.S., Delaware County Engineer and CEAO President. “Dean is an outstanding professional leader and we are extremely fortunate to welcome him as the Executive Director of our Association.”

 “I look forward to continuing my work with Ohio’s County Engineers in this new capacity,” stated Dean. “The professional engineering and surveying services County Engineers offer to their counties and townships are vital to the transportation needs of our communities and Ohio’s economic growth for the future.”

In Ohio, County engineers are responsible for 28,970 miles of urban and rural roadways and 26,081 bridges that are vital to the combined growth and prosperity in the state. Since 1940, the County Engineers Association of Ohio has worked to unify its members in their goal to provide the highest quality transportation, drainage, surveying and land record keeping services.

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