July 14, 2014

Alum Creek Trail Airport Drive to Brittany Hills

“A Righter project – Alum Creek Trail Airport Drive to Brittany Hills – was the front page lead story for the Columbus Dispatch on 7/15/2014.  As a Columbus-based contractor, we are excited for the opportunity to complete this final phase of the trail for the City of Columbus and its residents.  This will be the fourth section of the trail completed by the company.” — Bradley R. Nadolson, President

February 20, 2013

Edward Honton Memorial Bridge – 2012 Nominee


The Edward Honton Memorial Bridge over Alum Creek is one of three 2012 nominees being honored on February 20, 2013 with an award by The Northeastern Chapter of the Association for Bridge Construction and Design.

“Best Rehabilitated Short Span Bridge for Jones Stuckey’s design of a repurposing and rehabilitation of a historic truss bridge for the Columbus Recreation and Parks Dept.”

Edward Honton Memorial Bridge over Alum Creek
Owner – Columbus Recreation & Parks Dept.
Designer – Jones-Stuckey Ltd., Inc.
Contractor – The Righter Company, Inc.

August 11, 2011

Gold STEP Award


The Righter Company was presented a Gold Level STEP (Safety Training and Evaluation Process) Award on August 11, 2011.   STEP was created in 1989 by the ABC National Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) Committee to recognize ABC member companies with exceptional safety records.  There are four levels of achievement in the STEP program: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum.  The Righter Company is a past recipient of a Silver Level Award (2010) and a Gold Level Award (2009).

July 15, 2011

Alum Creek Trail Dedication

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The Innis Park segment of the Alum Creek Trail is the newest section of the greenway winding along the Alum Creek corridor.  This 2.5 mile path is one of the final pieces of the 22.5 mile trail, which connects over 12 parks, 7 neighborhoods, and the communities of Columbus, Westerville, Bexley, and Obetz.  This path is also part of the Ohio-to-Erie Trail, a 325 mile national trail running from the Ohio River in Cincinnati to the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland.