Here is another example of how we are using technology to transform how our world is envisioned, designed, and experienced.
Agility is key — Cities and states that rapidly plan and execute policy and infrastructure plans to uplift communities might be the first to recover. Learn how WGI can help.
On January 6, 2021, WGI participated in the groundbreaking ceremony for the highly anticipated Flagler Station project in Downtown West Palm Beach.
Our growing Geospatial Division continues attracting the profession’s top experts
This award honors a woman who is an outstanding role model and has contributed to the advancement of women and minorities in transportation.
As part of WGI’s Lunch & Learn Webinar Series, Arnaud Thibonnier breaks down the unique considerations of “high-rise” structural design.
In order to meet the client’s goals and an accelerated schedule, WGI’s SUE experts mobilized additional reinforcements from across the country to back them up!
WGI provided civil engineering, traffic engineering, and site development permitting services for this stunning mixed-use project in Austin, TX.
WGI’s parking experts recently discussed what building developers, owners, and operators need to consider about their facilities, and the strategies to discourage and prevent suicide attempts in their parking structures.
WGI celebrates GIS Day by talking with a few of our associates about GIS and how we help our clients solve their complex problems using data.
Of all the contingencies facility owners and managers planned for in 2020, a global pandemic was probably pretty low on the list. WGI has some key strategies that facility owners and managers leverage to keep your operations functioning effectively and safely amid this global pandemic.
WGI is providing ongoing services for multiple projects at the Ala Moana Center, located between Honolulu Harbor and Waikiki on the island of Oahu in Hawaii.
Teamwork and an array of multiple services combine to add much-needed additional parking to the Ocean Reef Club with a newly designed parking structure.
WGI teamed up with The Rapid to organize a series of community events that temporarily transformed underutilized community spaces into safer, more active, and vibrant places for people to spend time in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Our growing Geospatial division continues to attract the top experts in the profession
WGI’s Environmental Team conducted a due-diligence assessment for a communication complex that was over 50 years old. During their assessment, they discovered the site was being utilized as a habitat for a state-threatened listed species of owl, the Florida burrowing owl!
WGI helped the project’s owner reimagine and revitalize the outdoor shopping center into a pedestrian-friendly destination for the entire community.
WGI’s Charlotte Restoration Team brought their A-game for the restoration of plaza space at the Carillon Tower in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina.
Constructed approximately 60 years ago, the Circa 730 Parking Garage is a four-level facility that sits beneath a multi-story office tower.
We recently teamed up with the City of Farmers Branch, TX to help local restaurants take advantage of CARES Act funding to provide outdoor patio seating for their guests.
WGI’s Kali McNeile and David Lutz recently presented their 3D Bridge Modeling Case Study at the 2020 ACEC-FL Annual Conference Webinar Series.
WGI worked closely with the property owner to ensure that impacts were mitigated, through thoughtful master planning and site planning, and through a strong communication and public outreach campaign.
Today we are shining our “spotlight” 🔦 on an exciting project in Cocoa, FL!
WGI SUE experts explain why 811 is not enough to find the utilities around your subsurface utility engineering project.
WGI’s college internship program provides a well-rounded, hands-on learning environment that adds excitement to the “Intern Experience”.
It’s official! On National PE Day, August 5th, 2020, WGI’s Adam Schildmeier, PE was officially installed as the President of the Florida Engineering Society (FES).
The Future of Parking Garage Design and Flexible Parking Structures – Jacob Gonzalez on Parker-X Podcast
WGI’s VP of Parking Solutions, Jacob Gonzalez, was recently a guest on the Parker-X Podcast where he discussed strategies for creating adaptive reuse and flexible parking structures.
Jim Sullivan has been accepted into Leadership Palm Beach County Engage Program where he is one of 55 professionals selected for the esteemed program.
The addition of Shad to the WGI team allows us to better leverage the tremendous talent within WGI’s diverse areas of structural expertise that currently encompasses several departments.
WGI worked with the city of Norfolk and WPA Architects to provide rapid response to COVID-19.
WGI is proud to welcome three Geospatial leaders as we expand our operations across the country.
WGI is providing Civil and Structural Engineering services for a new 32,000-sf business complex that will include a covered roof terrace, covered parking, and a 10,000-square-foot warehouse.
In addition to helping communities implement pop-up and small-scale urban improvement projects, the unique planning and placemaking process will scale across the variety of services that WGI already offers.
For developers and designers, now might be the right time to consider using mass timber on your next project. Our Structural Engineering team takes a look at the numbers.
The world has changed, and so has the way professional services firms operate. Mike Oler, PE recounts the team’s experience and discusses why it’s important to adapt – or get left behind.
Learn how WGI helped Pulte Homes convert an inactive portion of a golf course into a residential development, complete with a park and nature preserve.