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.
Event Recap: 2022 ACEC-FL Engineering Excellence Awards Banquet
The Engineering Excellence Awards is an annual event hosted by The American Council of Engineering Companies of Florida (ACEC-FL), that recognizes the outstanding contributions of Florida engineering firms for their innovative and elaborate projects.
Projects are reviewed by an illustrious board of judges representing several different sectors and are rated on a variety of factors including uniqueness, innovated applications, future value to the engineering profession, complexity, and several other criteria.
At this year’s banquet, WGI’s Transportation Engineering team received the Grand Award in the Transportation category, for our Turnpike Widening from Osceola Parkway to Beachline Expressway project.
“I’m extremely proud to receive this recognition from FDOT and my peers, for a project that I literally started working on my second day after joining WGI. It was extremely gratifying to get up on that stage and accept this award with the exact same team I began the project with over ten years ago. It’s a happiness that I just can’t put into words.” – David Gerber, Project Engineer
During the banquet, attendees had the pleasure of viewing a spotlight video for each of the winning projects, prior to the award presentations and acceptance speeches.
Check out our “Grand Award” winning Turnpike Widening project below.
In addition to being one of eight Grand Award winners, WGI’s MEP Engineering team also snagged an Honor Award for their Ike Smart City Digital Kiosks in the Building/Technology Systems – Computer Technology category.
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The SR-93/I-75 Managed Lanes from South of Miramar Parkway to South of Sheridan Street project received the award.
WGI was recognized for awards in the Interstate, Design-Build, and Alternative Contracting categories.
The widening of the SR-8 (I-10) multilane highway from the Escambia Bay Bridge to East of SR 281 (Avalon Boulevard) in Santa Rosa County, was completed in August 2019.
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