WGI developed a unique solution to the Yacht Club’s problem – helping dissipate forces without stopping the water flow completely.
WGI’s landscape architects have a significant impact on communities and quality of life.
She will be a key collaborator on strategic pursuits, partnering, and company leadership in the Florida region as well as an important contributor to WGI’s executive team.
This addition to the team solidifies WGI’s leadership in helping communities harness the benefits of emerging mobility options and smart/connected city technology.
The City of Oxford’s downtown parking garage is starting to take shape! When it is complete, it will be the first of its kind in the downtown area.
Nicole Chinea, Senior Project Manager with our Parking Solutions division, serves on the TPTA Board of Directors and is this year’s Conference Chair.
WGI South Florida offices had the opportunity to spend time outside of the office for some good old-fashioned fun in the sun.
This bridge and the adjacent ramp C2 flyover are a part of the $177M Turnpike Widening Project in Orange and Osceola County.
Our surveyors play an integral role in land development from the planning and design of land subdivisions to the final construction of roads, utilities, and landscaping.
WGI Associates Bob Hanson, Eric Mathews, and Jim Sullivan attended the MAPPS 2019 Federal Programs Conference and Capitol Hill Day in Alexandria, VA.
See how WGI uses GIS as a tool to manage large quantities of data related to asset/infrastructure management for our clients.
Listening is one of the most important skills we can develop and it has a major impact on the quality of our relationships with others.
Owners are strongly encouraged to utilize the specialty knowledge and experience of a restoration consultant to provide guidance through their facilities’ restoration process.
See how WGI’s SUE experts can help you avoid costly conflicts, damages, delays, utility service disruptions, redesigns, claims, injuries, and even lost lives.
Hanson will continue advancing the cutting-edge technologies that are transforming how we envision, design, and deliver infrastructure.
It is an exciting time to be in such a rapidly changing market, especially with so many positive forces in place.
WGI is pleased to announce it acquired Texas-based BIG RED DOG, INC. (BRD), a firm with a reputation in the industry for intelligent disruption, and a leading provider of civil, MEP, structural, traffic, and transportation engineering for public and private clients.
The excitement we all enjoy being part of WGI and the pride in the work we produce attracts new associates, and it is how we will be able to continue to attract outstanding talent to our organization.
Underground parking is an ideal way for a city to make better use of public real estate, encourage private development, and return public property to the tax roll.
“If I was a young intern or new employee given the opportunity to work with this technology, I would be running around wild with excitement.” – Dean Cole
These programs help civil engineers in their daily duties – whether it’s modeling pipe networks or detention/water quality ponds, or making sure they’re staying on schedule, these 10 programs are fundamental to the job!
Adding trees and increasing canopy within our cities provides well-documented gains ranging from environmental to social, health, and economic benefits.
Innovation isn’t just a choice — it’s a must.
With the evolution of healthcare campuses, it is important that the operation remain in alignment while the campus changes through building reprogramming and growth.
WGI’s planners can help your project become more successful by including the community in the decision-making process.
It’s important that the roof drainage system on your next commercial building is properly designed. WGI’s MEP Engineering team breaks down some common roof drainage design considerations.
See how WGI’s engineers and designers are using the latest tools and technology to improve our infrastructure.
Two interns working in WGI‘s Transportation division share their experience as a WGI intern.
The old adage of “better safe than sorry” applies today more than ever. As design and planning professionals, let’s be proactive instead of reactive!
Aligning responsibilities and risk by joining the forces that depend so heavily upon each other, benefits all parties – especially the taxpayer.
Terminal units are an integral piece of an effective multiple zone VAV system, and selecting the appropriate type for your application will provide energy savings and a high level of thermal comfort.
The advantages of having a building or facility hardened are continual use, no loss of functionality of the building, and a decrease in insurance rates for storm and flood mitigation.
For the past 20 years, our Parking experts have worked with Colorado State University in Fort Collins on a variety of campus parking projects.
Pro bono work is fundamental to our profession as engineers; we are taught to serve and protect the public with our talents and knowledge of engineering and understanding of the sciences.
WGI’s MEP Engineering team can help an owner/developer understand the pros and cons of the selection of drainage material in construction.
WGI helped design, develop, and transform a conceptual experience into a vibrant reality.