The Mix

Staff Awards:

Each year Dynamix recognizes individuals in the company who have gone over and beyond their normal responsibilities.  These people have been an asset to their peers as well as our clients.

This year’s winners of the co - team players of the year award was given to:  

  • Neil Baker and Stewart Weinland

This year we initiated a new award called the Core Value Award.  This person epitomizes the core principals of the firm. 

  • This year’s winner is Erika Panovsky.
  • Our MVP Runner Up award was given to Ben Bear.

Our top award, the Jack Riley MVP Award, was given with distinction to Mark Finken.

Jack Riley was a dedicated employee and Controller at Dynamix Engineering for over 15 years.  Unfortunately, Jack passed away but his passion and dedication to the company will forever be remembered.  Our top award is named in his honor to continue his legacy.

Also recognized were our years of service honorees.

These individuals have been with Dynamix for five years or longer.

  • 25 Year Service Award – Felicia Wilburn
  • 20 Year Service Award – William Deardurff
  • 15 Year Service Award – Tim Allen & Brian Bowers
  • 10 Year Service Award – Steve Hysell, Brian Johnson, & Scott Porter
  • 5 Year Service Award – Dennis Clark, Michelle Cohen, Nathan Rodriguez, Brandon Sieck, & Brad Turnwald.

Congratulations to all of our award winners. 

Dynamix Is Excited to Provide Electrical Engineering for the new Ohio State Jameson Crane Sports Medicine Institute:

Construction will begin on the new $3.3M Wexner Medical Center MRI.  The award-winning Magnetom Vida 3T MRI scanner is the most recent product from Siemens Healthineers.

Construction is also slated for the new $3.1M Wexner Medical Center Surgical Skills Lab. The surgical skills lab will be located within the shelled space of the third floor of the Jameson Crane, adjacent to the Motion Capture Lab, and will be a cutting edge facility with the best in class technology to teach and refine surgical techniques outside of the operating room.  The 5,000 SF lab will provide the ideal controlled environment to help medical professionals and trainees evaluate the latest products, enhance their technical skills, and explore innovative new procedures.

2019 Ohio State University PREFACE

On Friday, June 14th, 2019, Dynamix Engineering was proud to host the 2019 Ohio State University PREFACE Students in our office. The Pre First-year Academic and Career Engagement (PREFACE) Program is a multi-level program designed to develop pre-first-year underrepresented minority students into high performing students who are confident, efficient, and results-driven engineers through a holistic approach towards academic and professional success in the engineering environment at The Ohio State University College of Engineering and beyond. The PREFACE participants learn life skills and pay it forward by becoming productive citizens.   Ronald Parker, Ph.D, Assistant Director, Minority Engineering Program, College of Engineering reached out to Dynamix Engineering for an office visit to engage with the PREFACE Students on the “Life of an Engineer.”

During their visit at Dynamix, the students were given an overview of the company and were exposed to the design process from the conception to final implementation of the engineering project design.  Since Dynamix is one of the  MEP engineering firms working on The Ohio State University Covelli Center, it was only fitting to share the MEP drawings with the students and then proceed on-site at the facility to explain what was shown on the drawings.  Stacy Cunningham, Scott Porter and Doug Smith was joined by Dr. Parker and the students for a behind the scenes tour of Covelli which opens this summer.  The facility will serve as home to seven of the University’s varsity teams including the volleyball, gymnastics, fencing, and wrestling teams.

Special shout out to OSU Assistant Athletic Director, Shelaine Warren, who graciously hosted and toured the students through the site. It was truly a rewarding an eye opening experience for everyone involved.