Tested in combat, those who served the country are proven leaders in the engineering field. by Richard Massey, Civil + Structural Engineer (Read the original article or download a
By Marissa Luck – Staff Writer, Austin Business Journal Click Here To Read The Original Article Yet another sky-scraping change is coming to the Rainey
By Matthew Prendergast, KXAN Click here to see the original story A 51-story condominium tower is being planned for construction in the Rainey Street district
By Will Anderson – Austin Business Journal Click Here to view the original article More details have emerged for the high-rise planned on the site
By Shonda Novak – Austin American-Statesman Click Here to view the original article. A developer has released new details and images of an office tower
By Cindy Widner, Curbed Austin Click Here To See The Original Article Austin might soon see another high-rise hotel in the central city—this one on
By Marissa Luck – Staff Writer, Austin Business Journal Click here to view the original article New details have surfaced about a roughly 37-story skyscraper
The project, dubbed Kravis 2020: The Future is Now, will increase the size of the lobby, create a pedestrian-friendly plaza opening onto Okeechobee Boulevard, build a new valet parking garage, add an access ramp to the existing garage and improve traffic flow.
The 853,500-square-foot facility already hosts more than 500,000 patrons a year to its performances, but it wants a more modern and efficient layout.
The City of El Paso is moving forward with a year-long study to identify problem areas and solutions, projecting demand over 10 years.
By Yoojin Cho – KXAN News Austin (Read the original article here) A new high rise is set to open early next year on Rainey Street.
By Ryan Salchert – Reporter, San Antonio Business Journal Click Here To View The Original Article While developers and community members wait for movement on
After growing rapidly in the past two years, a West Palm Beach-based engineering and planning firm is gearing up to get even bigger – with a planned expansion into other states.
Phase I, which will cost an estimated $1 million, involves improvements to be made along Northeast Second Avenue from Northeast Eighth Street/George Bush Boulevard to Northeast 13th Street.
The project includes reduction in travel lane width, 5-foot-wide sidewalks, dedicated bicycle lanes and decorative crosswalks.
WGI has completed its second acquisition in less than a year by acquiring Royal Palm Beach-based Bridge Design Associates.
WGI doesn’t need to look far to find qualified engineers and planners for its headquarters expansion project in West Palm Beach.
Family-owned businesses are becoming more rare, but civil engineering firm Wantman Group Inc. in West Palm Beach, started by Joel Wantman in 1972, continues to thrive and grow.