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.
WGI completed a bathymetric survey of the Withlacoochee River to collect data for the Withlacoochee River Watershed Digital Elevation Model.
Every year WGI’s Austin office takes a tour of some current & completed projects. What’s unique about this tour? It’s all done on bicycles! 🚲
YES Week is about celebrating all associates by honoring their efforts, passion and devotion towards WGI’s continued success.
Discover the benefits of having a CxA consultant involved in your project.
Nick will support WGI in the development and implementation of technology-enabled strategies for innovation, sustainability, growth, and leverage opportunities for digital transformation.
Webinar series recap! Lisa Nisenson and Angela Biagi discuss a groundbreaking new approach to designing and managing streets.
WGI moves up 12 spots on the Engineering News-Record (ENR) 2021 Top 500 Design Firms List!
Our Subsurface Utility Engineering experts successfully located utility lines approximately 20’ below the bottom of Santa Rosa Sound.
How WGI is working to ensure a healthy and viable environment by embracing sustainability, resiliency, and adaptation (SRA).
Here’s a glimpse of what WGI is doing on a daily basis to help “Restore Our Earth”.
Congratulations Tom Bernard, PE, MEP Market Leader for being voted on to the ASHRAE Florida West Coast Chapter as acting Government Advocacy Chair.
Together, WGI and Urban SDK offer clients the ability to enhance safety, improve mobility, and realize cost savings – using data analytics combined with WGI’s robust infrastructure capabilities.
Gary’s deep understanding of social and environmental issues will help our clients address the challenges and opportunities associated with sustainability, resiliency, and adaptation.
ENR editors have recognized WGI as the 2021 Southeast Design Firm of the Year!
Marcía will be responsible for all aspects of WGI’s structural engineering practice in the Tampa Bay region. She will also be among a select group of firm leaders who will renew and grow our diversity and inclusion efforts.
There are new requirements for Houston, TX that will greatly impact detention rates for sites of all sizes. Learn how these changes could affect your upcoming projects.
We are pleased to announce that Leigh Thomas (Cerda) has joined WGI as National Director of Public Infrastructure – Water, based in our Austin office.
In this session of WGI’s Webinar Series, our restoration experts discussed the leading causes of deterioration and potential structural failures in various types of parking structures, and how restoration programs can increase the safety and lifespan of parking facilities.
City Marina has been in operation for over 80 years and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2014. Learn how WGI helped the City of Delray Beach implement corrective actions to protect and enhance the historic marina.
WGI associates participated in an internal contest to pitch innovative ideas to improve the company, their work product, and the built environment.
We are pleased to announce that Tom Bernard, PE has joined WGI as MEP market leader, based in our Tampa, Florida office.
WGI’s Geospatial Team is helping improve ecological productivity and reduce chronic erosion with the Franklin-98 Coastal Restoration Project.
Our experts weigh in on the future of Smart Work Zones and how ITS/CAV technology will improve safety for motorists and workers.
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.