Our surveying service line finds gratification in improving the neighborhoods in which we live, work, and play. Chris Gephart, our VP of surveying, explains how our various service lines interact in order to create a cohesive project for our clients!
Bayer Becker is committed to excellence and providing our employees the opportunity to grow their skill set on projects as part of a highly skilled dynamic team. With an emphasis on exploring creativity across the design arena, Bayer Becker offers our employees the chance to fully explore their own talents and lead others towards something great. Brian Johnson, one of our associates, shares how he has grown in his role during his time with Bayer Becker.
We love when all of our Bayer Becker employees and their families and friends can come together for a good time! This year we broke the rain curse and had a beautiful, sunny day for our Founder's Day Family Picnic. Families came together for good food, cornhole, facepainting, and rides later in the evening.
Bayer Becker has enjoyed a long tradition of employing university students for cooperative education dating back to the early 1970’s. We consider these students a vital part of our organizational development and talent pipeline for our future. Marie Weaver, a civil engineering student at the University of Cincinnati, has just completed her first co-op with Bayer Becker and shares what it's like to spend a semester working for us.
Bayer Becker's full array of design capabilities is on display at Miami Township's newest park including landscape architecture, civil engineering, and surveying. The park is located along the Great Miami River in Cleves, Ohio and features multiple athletic fields, tennis courts, a dog park, a playground, park shelters, a concession stand, and a shared use trail that runs around the perimeter of the park. Bayer Becker employees attended the ribbon cutting event, which was a wonderful tribute to a park that the Miami Township community will cherish forever.
Bayer Becker's designs for the Gantry Project focused on extensive collaboration with residents as well as observance of the neighborhood's historic design guidlines. Our civil engineering and landscape architecture teams coordinated all site work, including design of a retail alley, pocket park, and streetscape improvements. Here are some highlights from the ribbon cutting event.
209 Grandview Drive
Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 41017
6900 Tylersville Road Suite A
Mason, Ohio 45040
110 South College Avenue Suite 101
Oxford, Ohio 45056
1404 Race Street Suite 204
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202