WGI welcomes its new Market Leader in Planning, Landscape Architecture, Environmental, and Mobility – Ramsay Bulkeley, an invaluable team member who will only further bolster WGI’s ability to execute its ambitious strategic growth plans.
WGI welcomes its new Director of Federal & Water Management Business Development – Todd Polk, an invaluable team member that solidifies the ranks of WGI’s Federal & state water management business development team.
A night to remember – WGI was proud to accept the prestigious National Recognition Award at the 2023 ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards Gala for their work on the Wekiva Parkway!
44 East Ave was named Austin Business Journal’s Best New Multifamily Building at their 24th annual Commercial Real Estate Awards ceremony!
WGI was named the Business of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches at its annual 2023 Business Awards Ceremony.
WGI welcomes its new Chief Financial Officer – Travis Engelke, an invaluable team member with extensive knowledge in Mergers & Acquisitions as well as a wealth of experience in the AEC industry.
WGI was ranked in the top 200 for the ninth consecutive year by Engineering News-Record (ENR) on their Top 500 Design Firms List for 2023.
Through their combined professional expertise, WGI and AKULAR will offer clients the ability to heighten accuracy, accelerate decision making, and realize enhanced operations and cost savings by using live digital models combined with WGI’s robust infrastructure capabilities.
WGI welcomes an incredible addition to their team – Ernie Rehm, a distinguished Senior Parking Designer with over two decades of industry expertise.
Local leaders across the nation are overhauling parking requirements for developers, scaling back the minimum number of spots for shopping centers and apartment complexes.
WGI Geospatial took home the Membership Choice Award at the 16th annual Geospatial Excellence Awards held in conjunction with the 2023 MAPPS Winter Conference
WGI’s thought leadership with leading-edge, remote-sensing, and GIS technology, provides cost-effective, real-world solutions to meet clients’ geospatial needs on even the most challenging projects.
The Florida Board of Professional Engineers elected WGI’s Dylan Albergo, PE, as its chair for 2023, succeeding Scott Drury, PE
WGI, Inc. Acquires Anston-Greenlees, Inc., Adding Depth and New Clients in Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) Engineering Service Line
Melissa’s addition to the team solidifies WGI’s leadership in helping communities harness the benefits of much-needed infrastructure projects throughout the nation.
WGI, Inc. is the Lead Designer for the Shands Bridge Design-Build Contract Awarded by the Florida Department of Transportation
WGI is excited to announce we were selected by the Florida Department of Transportation to serve as Lead Designer on the project pursuit team awarded the $600M Shands Bridge Design-Build Contract
WGI, Inc. Acquires Alabama-based The Atlantic Group, LLC, Adding Strength and New Services in the Geospatial Aerial Mapping, Remote Sensing, and Photogrammetry Markets
WGI has extensive experience in mobile lidar hardware and software solutions.
This partnership expands WGI’s innovation sector and is directly aligned with the vision of “creatively transforming how our world is envisioned, designed, and experienced.”
The acquisition supports our commitment to sustainability and resiliency, and it builds upon our core capabilities in civil engineering, water resources, drainage engineering, and environmental engineering.
WGI, Inc. Acquires North Carolina’s Simpson Engineers & Associates, P.C., Adding Strength and New Services in the Transportation Arena
Two Clay County firms have been selected to design, build, operate and maintain the Jacksonville Transportation Authority Bay Street Innovation Corridor project.
WGI is helping the Massachusetts Housing and Community Development (DHCD) and the City of New Bedford, MA implement a rapid recovery plan to rebound from the effects of COVID-19.
WGI stayed in growth mode throughout the pandemic as it moved to expand its geographic footprint by furthering early steps at organic expansion.