WGI’s Traci Scheppske is part of Leadership Broward’s Class XXXVIII – Broward County’s premier leadership development training organization.
There are many interpretations of leadership—and just as many ways to demonstrate it. Read about WGI’s Barbara Stiles in SMPS Marketer magazine.
Nisenson, after decades in the field as a consultant, researcher, activist, entrepreneur, and planner, was recently named VP for New Mobility & Connected Communities at WGI, a firm with huge aspirations for the future.
The goal of the rewrite is to make the code more cohesive and user-friendly, both for City personnel and residents. The code hasn’t been fully reviewed since the 1970s.
The 206,000-square-foot sports hub is expected to bring together family entertainment, sports medicine, shopping and dining under one roof in the Williamson County suburb.
The council approved the new parking map and recommended updates to the parking ordinance from a study conducted last year by WGI.
The 78-acre gated development is home to 57 single-family lots, 22 of which are on the river’s banks.
WGI was selected, out of many excellent consulting firms, because of their extensive experience in ocean fishing pier design and construction.
Officials say WGI was selected to lead the project because of “extensive experience in ocean fishing pier design and construction.”
WGI and its design-build partner Superior are building a key stretch of the $1.6-billion Wekiva Parkway project. They’re finding success executing their planned river crossing.
The Platform Group, a Houston-based real estate and investment group, will open its first project, a mixed-use retail and office development, this May.
WGI’s traffic engineers recommended advanced technologies to alleviate record-high congestion in Richardson, Texas.
By Olivia Lueckemeyer – Editor, Community Impact Newspaper Click here to read the original article. Consultants tasked with studying Richardson’s traffic signal system found the number of
By Erin Edgemon – Staff Writer, Austin Business Journal Click Here to view the original article His title may have changed but Will Schnier, who many
The fastest-growing Florida-headquartered firm and the fastest-growing firm in Texas will now operate as a single entity, creating exhilarating future opportunities.
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.