Michael F. Corbitt, PE, LEED AP – Engineer

Michael Corbitt began serving as the Village Engineer in September 2012.  Mr. Corbitt is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Ohio and a LEED Accredited Professional.  Mr. Corbitt holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and a Surveying Certificate from Columbus State Community College.  His diverse background provides the Village of Obetz the expertise to plan, budget and improve the Village’s critical infrastructure.

The Village engineer is responsible for the planning, design, construction, and inspection of the Village’s public infrastructure improvements.  The Village engineer also ensures that work completed by private developers and private utility companies within the public right-of-way meets the Village’s specifications.  The Engineer manages much of the Village’s Capital Improvement Program, including transportation, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, and water distribution projects.  The engineer also provides technical support to other departments, developers, and citizens with respect to utility locations, storm water management, water distribution, transportation planning, traffic, neighborhood traffic issues, and other engineering related items.

Notable Projects:

  • Alum Creek Drive/Groveport Road round abouts and bridge
  • Obetz Community Center
  • Lancaster Park Splash Pad/Ice Rink
  • Frusta/McGaw road improvements
  • Dixon Quarry
  • Village wide water meter replacements
  • Toy Road/Alum Creek improvements
  • New Gateway/Global Court road
  • Area 51 Disc Golf Course
  • Braehead Park
  • Fortress Obetz
  • Walnut Creek
  • Fortress Obetz Parking
  • Recreation Trail road improvement
  • Miscellaneous road re-surfacing projects

Mike Corbitt can be reached at 614.409.4406 or by email, at mcorbitt@obetz.oh.us.

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