CEC Columbus is excited to welcome Roger Jacobsen as a Principal in our Civil Engineering practice. He has more than 37 years of experience as a leader in the civil engineering field, successfully developing, organizing, and leading diverse groups of professionals in civil engineering, land development, and public infrastructure projects. His range of technical expertise in the civil engineering field ranges from conceptual planning to construction and commissioning. Additionally, he is well versed in the public sector including urban linear infrastructure and utility projects ranging from system studies to complex urban construction techniques. He also specializes in private sector projects with experience in retail, commercial, and residential land development.
Roger’s extensive experience allows him to accept challenging and deadline-driven projects while maintaining a keen focus on quality assurance, budget, and sound technical solutions. He strives to spend as much time in the field as possible working directly with designers and constructors and is active with public interaction and representation in the community.
More recently Roger has presented projects at numerous public Area Commission meetings including Clintonville, University District, Victorian Village, and the downtown Columbus area. He routinely coordinates with multiple city departments. This includes the Department of Public Safety when projects involve pavement restoration, inspections, right-of-way improvements, maintenance of traffic plans, Division of Water for design coordination and Water Service Plan preparation, Division of Power for electric service designs, and Building and Zoning Services for private development projects. He also presents at Columbus Board of Zoning Appeals public hearings.
Roger is a licensed professional engineer in Ohio. He has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from The Ohio State University and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Water Environment Federation.
About CEC Columbus
CEC’s Columbus office was established in 1997 with waste, civil, and environmental practices, with ecological services being added in 2004. It has now grown into a full-service office that supports each of our markets with diversity across the professional disciplines. CEC Columbus employs civil engineers, surveyors, biologists, geologists, and environmental scientists. Their main revenue sources currently include real estate development, natural gas development, and aggregate mining permitting and development.