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The mission of the Athens County Engineer’s Office is to serve the citizens of Athens County by building and maintaining a safe and modern county highway system; to respond promptly to reasonable road complaints; to process land surveys and property records accurately; and to be good stewards of taxpayer dollars by developing cost effective solutions for road and bridge maintenance problems.

Jeff Maiden, P.E., P.S.
Athens County Engineer

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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The Athens County Engineer’s Office is advertising for bids on the ATH-CR28-4.43 Landslide Repairs Project.  Look at the Bids and RFP’s page under the “Information” menu for more details.

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The Athens County Engineer’s Office is advertising for bids on the ATH-TR153-2.33 Landslide Repairs Project.  Look at the Bids and RFP’s page under the “Information” menu for more details.

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The Athens County Engineer's Office is advertising for bids on the ATH-CR10-7.25 Landslide Repairs Project.  Look at the Bids and RFP's page under the "Information" menu for more details.

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The Athens County Engineer's Office is advertising for bids on the ATH-CR36/VAR-3.63/VAR Landslide Repairs Project.  Look at the Bids and RFP's page under the "Information" menu for more details.

FEATURED PROJECT

CR28 and CR32 Motor Paving

The Athens County Engineer’s Office applied for and received a $399,526 grant from the Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) in the fall of 2014. This project involves motor paving CR 28 McDougal Road from SR 550 to CR 93 in the Village of Millfield (4.8 miles), and CR 32 Congress

PROJECT SPOTLIGHT

Athens County Salt Building

The Athens County Engineer’s Office designed a 60′ x 98′-2″ salt building in the fall of 2014. The building was constructed by Thompson Concrete of Carroll, Ohio at a price of $277,009. The project was constructed on a tight timeline and was completed nearly one month early on December 9,