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.
HTG Breaks Ground on New $33 Million 94-Unit Affordable Apartment Community Located in West Palm Beach
Flagler Station, a new $33 million affordable apartment community located in West Palm Beach, FL. It’s an eight-story, high-rise property with a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.
WGI is assisting the national homebuilder to bring up to 205 single-family homes to a 36.5-acre site in Palm Beach County.
WGI is assisting Daytona Beach in exploring options for a new pier, including building renovations and new uses of the park that overlooks the beach.
Music Lane on Austin’s South Congress strip distinguishes itself amid contemporary retro architectures through tectonic authenticity.
WGI is providing Civil Engineering Services for Sabot Development’s 357-unit apartment development near the Lakeline train stop in Northwest Austin, TX.
WGI is providing Civil Engineering services for the 246,774 square-foot building and parking garage.
Heron Estates Family, an affordable townhouse community development in Riviera Beach, FL that will provide 79 brand-new townhomes to Palm Beach County where there is a tremendous need for clean, safe, and affordable housing.
Grocery-delivering bots tackle a simpler challenge than self-driving vehicles. But there are still some challenges yet to be worked out.
In the face of these increasingly deadly and destructive storms, the engineers at WGI are offering tips on how to protect buildings and other valuable assets.
Can paint and pop-up vending make Grand Rapids’ bustling Division Avenue corridor safer for pedestrians and bicyclists? A group of researchers will soon find out.
WGI is the engineer for this $36 million apartment project in Northeast San Antonio.
The list identifies key players in the local real estate market who power what remains a significant driver in the South Florida economy.
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, two Florida-based developers plan to build a mid-rise hotel in East Austin, among the neighborhood’s largest.
Here’s what to know and some tips for moving into the new normal of parking garage management during the coronavirus pandemic.
Developing high-rise on 10,000-square-foot lot would be a challenge, but not unprecedented.
Rapidly changing e-commerce trends and technologies mean big changes for land-use and infrastructure planning.
Micromobility has the potential to be an urban asset, but planners must act quickly to ensure people with disabilities are not left behind.
WGI is the engineering and design consultant for the 115-acre Northline project in Leander, TX.
Governor Abbott Names Chair And Appoints Johnson And Nejad To Board Of Professional Engineers And Land Surveyors
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Coleen Johnson and reappointed Sina Nejad, D.Eng. to the Texas Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors for terms set to expire on September 26, 2025.