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.
How the Regional Stormwater Management Program (RSMP) Changes Will Affect Your Austin Project in 2021
The payment structure for the RSMP and the Urban Watershed Structural Control Fund is changing soon. Here’s what you need to know.
To wrap up the video series, Transportation Project Engineer Dallas Wait from West Palm Beach discusses how he and his team manage to work together, remotely.
In the second installment of our Together Remotely video series, Vice President of P.LA.C.E., Jeff Brophy from our West Palm Beach, FL office tells us how his clients and team members have adapted to working together, remotely.
WGI’s Lisa Nisenson was featured on the American Planning Association’s podcast to discuss rapidly changing e-commerce trends and technologies, and the long-term implications of COVID-19 on the way planners are thinking about the future.
In the first installment of our new video series, Civil Engineering Team Leader Siri Soth from our Austin, TX office tells us how her clients and team members have adapted to working together, remotely.
Alternative delivery maximizes the positive outcomes of a project and provides the greatest value and benefit to the owner and their customers.
WGI’s number-one priority is the safety and well-being of our associates, clients, families, and communities.
Jim Sullivan, PSM joins us to provide a little bit of history about the surveying profession, explain how surveyors contribute to the development of our communities, and tell us why kids should consider a career in surveying!
WGI’s CEO, David Wantman recently teamed up with the Acts 2 Worship Center Church and donated one of WGI’s geospatial trucks to help a family who was severely impacted by Hurricane Dorian start rebuilding their home.
WGI’s Marissa Wyrick, Civil Engineer, presented via live stream for EarthEcho International’s segment featuring female professionals sharing their STEM journey.
WGI’s Dylan Albergo, PE, received the Young Engineer of the Year Award from the Tampa chapter of the Florida Engineering Society (FES).
WGI Joins North Houston Association (NHA) To Connect With Other Local Mobility and Development Leaders
The NHA identifies, advocates, and supports projects and initiatives that advance the business environment and improve the quality of life for more than one million residents in North Harris and Montgomery County, TX.
Covering approximately 115 acres, Northline is anticipated to include a mix of complementary uses, including retail, office, residential, hotel, and parks.
Ready, aim, fire! WGI’s Geospatial Team had their sights set and their trigger fingers ready at the 3rd Annual 2020 FSMS Charity Sporting Clay Shoot at Quail Creek Plantation, FL.
With more than 1,400 volunteers from UT Austin, nonprofit organizations, and AEC firms, Girl Day has become the largest event of its kind in the United States!
WGI provided planning, landscape architecture, and civil engineering services for Shop Delray’s 34,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.
WGI’s Restoration Team took it “one step at a time” as they carefully designed and oversaw the construction of an aging parking garage stair tower at CP
Senior Vice President of Transportation, Nancy Clements, talks about the Wekiva Parkway Segment 6 project and its unique features.
WGI is celebrating EWeek 2020 by honoring all of our dedicated engineers, and engineers around the world that have made a positive contribution to our profession.
A grand opening celebration was recently held for the much anticipated Heron Estates development. It is the first affordable housing community to be built in Rivera Beach, Florida in the past 40 years.
WGI is proud to announce six new hires have joined the firm in our West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, and Jacksonville offices.
Construction is well underway at Tuscan Gardens Delray Beach, a planned unit development (PUD) providing a continuum of care within the proposed multi-story, congregate living facility (CLF) located in Delray Beach, Florida.
In the WGI Geospatial Division, we are innovators. While anyone can purchase the latest technology such as UAS and LiDAR systems, we pride ourselves on the unique ways we leverage technology to provide better deliverables for our clients. Here’s what we’re working on…