Here’s What’s Happening

Here is a sample of what's happening at E.L. Robinson Engineering. We will be posting news periodically so please be sure to check back regularly for updates!

Thanks for a Great Open House Event

Posted: August 23, 2013


The opening of our new location in Bridgeport, West Virginia is official. We had a great turnout at the ribbon cutting ceremony and open house event.  All of us at E. L. Robinson Engineering would like to thank everyone for the outpouring of support that has helped make this growth a reality.

We look forward to providing the Bridgeport market place with the same great civil engineering services that all our clients have come to expect.

We are excited to announce that we are opening a new office in Bridgeport, West Virginia. Although our business is growing, we promise to maintain the same outstanding services that our clients have come to expect.

To celebrate the new office location we are having a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House Event. There will be food and door prizes and the opportunity to network.

New Office Location:

600 Marketplace Ave - Suite 106
Bridgeport, West Virginia

ELR Columbus office welcomes Mr. Curtis Wood, P.E. to their Bridge/Structures group! Curtis has over 12 years of experience and spent over 9 years with ODOT where he focused on plan production and standards development.

ELR Cleveland office welcomes Ms. Noemy Roman, P.E. to their Bridge/Structures group! Noemy has over 11 years of experience with an emphasis on bridge rehabilitation, inspection, evaluation, and alternative studies.

Welcome to ELR!

Celebrating 35 Years in Business

Posted: May 21, 2013

E.L. Robinson Engineering is celebrating 35 years in business. We have had many accomplishments over the past 35 years. Everything from the first ever design build job in the state of West Virginia, designing numerous bridges throughout the county, two consecutive spots in the ENR 500, but we don’t like to measure our success by how many plaques we have hanging on our wall. We measure our success by the satisfaction of our clients.

See more by checking out our 35 year anniverary video.

The 2013 Women in Transportation (WTS) Innovative Transportation Solutions Award was presented to E.L. Robinson Engineering for the  FRA-Dodridge Street Bridge project. Nominations were accepted for projects that have an impact on advancing people's lives each and every day. The FRA-Dodridge Street Bridge project did just that by providing a unique, one-of-a-kind structure while improving the safety and mobility of pedestrians and bicycle users. This award was accepted by Brent Downing, P.E. of ELR's Columbus office.

When the West Virginia Department of Highways required a new roadway alignment of US 35, multiple stream crossings were needed. Four MULTI-PLATE® structures were chosen because of their ability to be buried, to handle hydraulic requirements underneath and fill requirements above. It was E.L. Robinson Engineering's experience and innovation that suggested the use of MULTI-PLATE® structures in the project's proposal, which led to time, material, and financial savings in the end.

Innovation in Transportation Video

Posted: January 28, 2013

As a company we are committed to maintaining a culture of innovation that delivers above and beyond the norm. We understand what our clients want, and approach every project with a culture of innovation. The best measure of being accepted in this industry is repeat business. We are proud to have long standing relationships with many companies.

This video takes a quick look at why businesses turn to E.L. Robinson Engineering for their transportation needs. View our transportation engineering video.

Gilbert Breaks Ground for Water Projects

Posted: November 14, 2012

GILBERT — Around 60 people recently gathered at Gilbert Town Hall for a groundbreaking ceremony for two waterline projects to bring water to the Horsepen and Browning Fork areas and part of Gilbert Creek.

State and local officials gathered at the town hall, including U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall, House Finance Chairman Harry Keith White, Mingo County Commissioner John Mark Hubbard, State. Sen. H. Truman Chafin, USDA Rural Development West Virginia State Director Bobby Lewis and more.

Ground Broken For Nestlow II

Posted: November 2, 2012

EAST LYNN – Ceremonies for the groundbreaking of the Nestlow II water project were conducted indoors as the rain from Hurricane Sandy fell Monday. The ceremony was in the East Lynn Church of God where Lavalette Public Service District manager Richard Smith said similar formalities have been performed previously.

“We can not express our gratitude for the use of the facility,” Smith said. “This is a great day to be in Wayne County and the Nestlow area, in that they will be receiving safe, clear drinking water.”


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