Earlier this month, WGI Environmental Scientists, Amanda Montgomery and Christa Cherry participated in a two-day South Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (SFAEP) wetland delineation workshop.
An experience for the community that promoted STEM learning, inspired critical thinking, embraced collaboration, and cultivated innovation and leadership.
Fall 2017 was a devastatingly tragic period for many Texans as Hurricane Harvey produced record rainfalls and flooding throughout vast portions of south Texas.
Associates from our Austin, TX office recently embarked on a cross-discipline walking tour to learn about the local tree species in our area.
WGI recently completed the design and construction of the new Schneck Medical Center parking structure located in Seymour, IN.
On October 30, WGI hosted its 8th annual Thought Leaders Breakfast at the Palm Beach Convention Center in West Palm Beach, FL.
WGI is pleased to welcome five new hires in our San Antonio, Austin, Houston, Dallas, and Jacksonville offices.
The fundraising event helps The Trail Foundation fund improvements to Waller Beach Park as part of the Rainey Street Trailhead Project in Austin, TX.
WGI provided civil engineering and site development permitting for the new 77,500-SF facility, which is situated on a 22-acre site.
At WGI, we’ll help your community develop integrated micromobility plans and policies to capture benefits, limit risks and expand choices. From pilot project design to overall mobility planning, we can help you test, scale and incorporate innovative transportation into your community plans.
WGI is adding new versatility to our LiDAR capabilities with the introduction of LiDAR USA’s “Snoopy” system.
The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts $50 million campus renovation is nearing completion. Improvements include an expansion of the Dreyfoos Hall lobby with an additional 6,000 sf of bar seating and new restrooms.
WGI has recently completed the design and construction of the new Milton Avenue parking structure for the City of Alpharetta, Georgia.
This year’s annual Florida chapter of the American Planning Association featured several emerging trends for community planning.
WGI is pleased to welcome four new hires in the Austin and Orlando offices.
On Wednesday, September, 25th a new Gold Star Families Memorial Monument was officially unveiled in West Palm Beach, FL.
As a mobility company, WGI is helping clients adjust to technology trends shaping not only transportation, but urban design, parking, and broader access to destinations. Among trends, no other technology has grabbed attention quite like shared electric scooters.
Check out our WGI associates getting competitive and building camaraderie at the Fit Company Challenge!
WGI is the lead designer and prime consultant for the HEFT widening from Bird Road to SR 836 and will be providing roadway, drainage, signing, and structural services as well as managing the sub-consultants.
Leveraging our expertise in land development to guide actionable and implementable local policy.
WGI is entering the second year of our second five-year design support continuing services contract with the FDOT and Motor Carrier Size and Weight (MCSAW). This marks seven continuous years that WGI has provided design services to support the MCSAW objective of preserving Florida’s highway infrastructure.
Construction is underway at Avenir – a new Landstar Development multi-use, master plan community that will have 3,725 homes and 250 townhomes.
Over the years WGI has played a lead role in helping Woodfield Country Club re-envision the amenities they offer for their members.
In this week’s spotlight, we check in on three of our interns who are gaining experience in Houston, Orlando, and Tallahassee.
The highly anticipated Palm Beach County Shooting Sports Park is scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of 2019.
In this week’s spotlight, we check in on three of our interns who are gaining experience in Houston, Miami, and Austin.
WGI is celebrating the engineering profession with our PE’s and aspiring PE’s around the nation for the fourth annual Professional Engineers Day!
Construction for the Wekiva Parkway Section 6 project is over 50% completed and is slated to be finished in March of 2021.
The Automated Vehicle Symposium has increasingly become the signature event addressing the state of connected and automated vehicle (CAV) activities in the US.
In this week’s spotlight, we check in on three of our interns who are gaining experience in West Palm Beach and Chicago.
The estate is being restored and re-envisioned to create an exquisite, intimate urban oasis in the heart of the city that stays true to the property’s architectural heritage.
If you think you may have burrowing owls on your land, it’s important to have a qualified biologist on your team. WGI’s professionals meet the FWC qualifications to conduct video scoping and relocation of burrows.
In this week’s spotlight, we check in on three of our interns who are gaining experience in Austin, West Palm Beach, and Kalamazoo.
Beyond Transit Deserts: Using Public Data to Inform Dockless Scooter Deployment and Reduce the Access Barrier
This award-winning paper examines the deployment strategies of the major dockless providers in Austin, Texas through the lens of equity.
Our team led the second of two public meetings to present the new design developments for the park.
Collaboration across multiple divisions of WGI was needed to accomplish this small yet complex project.