WGI is currently the civil engineer for several mixed-use and vertical mixed use projects in the City of Austin. Here’s how we can help you make your next VMU project a great success.
A New Look for the New Year
We have exciting news to share with our clients, associates, and friends! Today we’re officially launching our updated brand identity, which includes a refreshed logo and related branding elements.
You may have already noticed the updated logo on our website, social media channels, business cards, and e-mail signatures. Very soon, you’ll see the logo refreshed everywhere else – on our engineering plans, vehicles, project signage, and in our offices across the country.
As WGI continues to grow and evolve into a national design and professional services firm, we felt that our brand should also reflect the energy, inspiration, and excitement that we all feel when we come to work every day.
This update marks a milestone in our ongoing mission to creatively deliver tomorrow’s infrastructure solutions today. Thank you to all of our clients and associates for inspiring this change!
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