December 06, 2016
FTCH celebrates 10 years in Cincinnati region
Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber, Inc. (FTCH) is an engineering, environmental, architecture and construction management firm. Based in Michigan, FTCH expanded to Ohio in 2006 with Cincinnati being the company’s first out of state office. The firm entered the Cincinnati market due to the area’s demand of infrastructure activity, and now has a core group of civil engineers to spearhead a wide array of project types.
“We’re passionate about working on creative and challenging projects. Coming to Cincinnati has allowed us to work on a large variety of projects because of the region’s physical and naturally-built environment,” said Gregory Tkacz, Senior Associate at FTCH.
Today, FTCH’s Cincinnati office has 14 full-time employees and continues to build a robust and diverse team of engineers, scientists, architects and construction professionals that continually interact to benefit its clients with a full-service approach to handle projects such as:
- Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden: Worked on numerous projects, including the African Savannah Exhibit
- University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash Campus): Worked on the New Classroom Building
- Barrington of Oakley Assisted Living Facility: Provided site development and survey design
With the technical capabilities and understanding to take even the largest projects from initial concept to completion, FTCH’s integrated team of experts takes pride in its commitment to reliability in design, connection to its clients and unparalleled ability to innovate. Collaboration among their engineers, environmental scientists, architects and construction professionals encourages innovative methods and exceptional results.