WGI partnered with the developer and land owner to redevelop and preserve the former St. John Seminary College site into a multifamily development, adding 228 brand-new residential units just south of downtown San Antonio.
The Commercial Real Estate Awards recognize the most influential projects that have the biggest impact on the community. This year, two WGI projects brought home big wins.
At WGI, “Passion For People” isn’t just one of our Core Values, it’s something we embody in everything we do, especially when it comes to inspiring our future generations.
These programs help civil engineers in their daily duties – whether it’s modeling pipe networks or detention/water quality ponds, or making sure they’re staying on
This award honors a woman who is an outstanding role model and has contributed to the advancement of women and minorities in transportation.
If you are looking to start a new development project in the City of Austin, there is a new impact fee that you should be aware of. Our experts break it down for you.
WGI announced that it has been selected by the WTS Central Florida Chapter as the 2021 Employer of the Year
Take a tour of the newly reopened Waterloo Park and learn about some of the intricacies involved in restoring this historic urban green space.
A Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment (AKA “Phase 1” or “Phase 1 ESA”) is a report which examines the historical and current uses on a
Before you lock down your next project site in the ATX area, be sure that you understand the challenges you may face when developing a project in Central Texas. Our experts have seen it all!
WGI’s Sierra Eades recently volunteered with the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation to help raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer research. Check out our recap of this high-fashion, upscale event in Tampa, FL.
Company culture and internal politics can block ideas at any time as they make their perilous journey from concept to value. These techniques will help you knock down those barriers to innovation.
In this video, we spend some time with the MEP Engineering department to learn more about their work and their team!
Autonomous vehicles are headed to downtown Jacksonville as part of Jacksonville Transportation Authority’s Bay Street Innovation Corridor (BSIC) project. WGI and Balfour Beatty were chosen to lead design efforts for this phase.
WGI showed up and showed out at this year’s 2021 Mercedes Benz Corporate run!
Our local land development experts provide an insightful list of things to consider before taking on a development project in South Florida.
ARPA funding may be used for projects that address current COVID impacts and longstanding challenges exacerbated by the pandemic. WGI’s Lisa Nisenson highlights some ways that Complete Street and trail projects may potentially qualify for funding.
Presentations, awards, networking, and more! Here’s what happened at the 2021 FES | ACEC-FL Annual Conference in Palm Beach, FL.
How To Prevent Your New Single Family Home Development From Going Underwater (Literally), With a Proper Grading and Drainage Plan
A rapid assessment tool that helps uncover the emerging technologies and trends that are of strategic importance to your business.
WGI’s Chief Business Development Officer, Brian LaMotte, reflects on the past 18 months and looks forward to the future.
Your bet paid off and you have a site ripe for development. Learn what comes next in the process (and how WGI can help you navigate it 😉)
The ARP provides $350 billion for state, local, territorial, and tribal governments to address the pandemic’s economic impact. Here’s what you need to know and how WGI can help.
Learn about the park’s history, exciting new improvements, conservation efforts, and how WGI has been involved every step of the way.
How Adding UV-C Lighting And Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization To Your Building’s HVAC System Can Help Your Tenants Breathe A Sigh Of Relief When Returning To The Workplace
A Site Investigation Report (SIR) is a vital first step in determining whether to roll the dice on an investment property or leave the table.
Webinar series recap! Rob McConnell, PE provided valuable insight about how current automotive and development trends are affecting the way we are planning and designing parking facilities.
WGI was selected to provide professional engineering and surveying services for dozens of smart kiosks, which will help create vibrant, pedestrian-oriented urban downtown areas.
This addition to the Geospatial Team’s Mobile LiDAR collection provides 72 MP of high-resolution imagery & allows us to offer a more robust dataset.
Having the right development team can make or break a project. Here’s how WGI can help keep your vision intact.
As a member of the Board, Dylan will help protect the interest of public health and safety by properly regulating the practice of engineering in the state.
For innovation to be consequential, you must strike the right balance between incremental innovation and disruptive innovation. Here’s how to get started.
They say everything’s bigger in Texas and population growth is no exception. In part one of this series, see what you need to keep in mind when planning for current and future growth.
WGI’s geospatial team recently utilized vehicle-mounted mobile LiDAR, boat-based LiDAR, and sonar to collect data for the partial rehabilitation of a bridge.
Take a walk (and dive 🤿) with Amanda Montgomery as she gives us a glimpse into what a day in the life of an Environmental Scientist looks like at WGI.
Webinar series recap! Bob Clemens and Wes Kaisershot presented an in-depth history and overview of the SUE practice. Participants also learned how SUE is instrumental in saving time and money on infrastructure and building projects.