WGI provided MEP & structural engineering services for the 1.7 million dollar renovation of the Tampa Club in Tampa’s Downtown District.
Our engineers, planners, and data scientists worked on safety projects, using data to determine project selection and design. Discover how to build strong proposals to employ low-cost/high-impact strategies.
WGI’s parking and mobility experts immersed themselves in this year’s annual IPMI Conference and Expo in New Orleans.
Discover more about the new Safe Streets for All initiative (SS4A) in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL).
It’s time to start evaluating your short- and long-term EV charging needs and develop a plan that efficiently meets those needs.
WGI’s Structural Engineering Team took a field trip to the HEFT widening from SR 836 to NW 106th st. project site where they were able to witness their hard work come to life.
Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of the three basic types of EV charging stations from WGI’s experts so that you can decide which may be the best for you.
WGI’s mobility experts detail what developers need to consider in order to make informed decisions about access to their site in regards to code adherence, safety, and feasibility.
WGI provided multiple services for the development of Ajax Paving’s new 4.3-acre corporate headquarters.
With the transition to electric vehicles, states are already setting requirements for developments to include EV charging stations. Be prepared for the future and start planning now!
WGI will be providing structural engineering services for the final phase of this lakeside development; a 500 million dollar development that will bring three new structures to the community including, a high-rise apartment tower, a luxury hotel, and an office tower.
Say YES to YES Week – A Week-Long Celebration Dedicated to Our Associates’ “Years of Exceptional Service”!
WGI’s uniquely coined “YES Week” returns for a second year of festivities and accolades to collectively celebrate and honor their employees’ dedication and accomplishments!
The city of Austin adopted the South Central Waterfront Vision Framework Plan to achieve a district-wide network of connected green streets, parks, trails, public open spaces, and new affordable housing.
Take a ride with our Austin office as they celebrate WGI’s 5th Annual Project Bike Tour!
If it’s innovation you’re after, look beyond the brand names. Chances are, they’re not as innovative as you may think.
WGI’s Lisa Nisenson and Andrew Crozier presented on Mobility Hubs and Planning for Smart Cities at this year’s National Planning Conference in San Diego, California.
WGI’s Urban and Community Planning division worked to revitalize New Bedford’s Historic District to expand commerce & pedestrian foot traffic.
WGI transformed Banyan Boulevard in West Palm Beach, FL, into a safe, comfortable, complete street.
Time, convenience, and cost. Uber’s ridesharing service and San Antonio’s public transportation service are pitted against each other in an enticing competition.
WGI had an amazing time at this year’s 2022 Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run!
This month we recognize our landscape architects by highlighting their contributions to WGI, our communities, and to making our world a better, more beautiful place!
The 35th Annual Engineer It! competition was a huge success thanks in part to our WGI representative judges!
WGI led the renovation of the iconic Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in downtown West Palm Beach, offering a full spectrum of services to enhance the iconic facility.
WGI associates got their feet wet in San Antonio, TX where they attended Texas Water 2022, the largest regional water conference in the U.S—widely recognized as the premier water and wastewater conference in the Southwest.
Two WGI projects have been chosen by ACEC to receive National Recognition Awards & are in the running for the Grand Conceptor Award at the 2022 Engineering Excellence Awards Gala.
WGI kicks off National Surveyors Week celebrating the history of the surveying profession and the surveyors who contribute to the advancement of our communities every day.
WGI went all out for this years E-Week 5k Family Fun Run, hosted by the Bexar Chapter of TSPE and ASCE San Antonio
WGI participated in the 8th annual Construction Career Days in Jacksonville, FL, where 2500 students got to learn about and engage in various AEC-related activities.
WGI’s structural engineering team was tasked with providing the building framing design, gravity design, and lateral design for the recently completed 10,000 s.f expansion of the Electra Hospital in Electra, Texas.
WGI’s Senior Vice President of Transportation, Nancy Clements, was on-site at the Wekiva Parkway Segment 6 Project to discuss the environmentally sensitive Wekiva River and all the unique features of the project.
What better way to kick off Engineers Week 2022 than by hosting a STEM scavenger hunt for a group of local middle school students, which is exactly what our Tampa office did!
WGI was honored to be the only firm to receive two Engineering Excellence Awards at this year’s EEA banquet.
Notable Changes in the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation Manual (10th vs 11th Edition)
Developers should be aware of these impactful changes in the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) newly released 11th edition Trip Generation Manual.
WGI was in full attendance for Orange Park Junior High School’s Career Day Expo where our associates got the opportunity to influence and inspire the future generation while showcasing some of our latest engineering technology.
Transportation professionals from around the world recently gathered for the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. Here are the biggest takeaways that will color our perspective on transportation and mobility issues in 2022 and beyond.
In this second episode of a four-part series, we discuss how power design and controls will affect building designers and developers in Austin, TX.