Team Better Block powered by WGI teamed up with The Rapid to organize a series of community events that temporarily transformed underutilized community spaces into safer, more active, and vibrant places for people to spend time in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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Searching for an engineering firm in Jacksonville for your next project? WGI’s Jacksonville location on Highway 17 South is home to some of Jacksonville’s most experienced engineers. With our technology-fueled solutions, WGI offers tomorrow’s infrastructure solutions today to private and public-sector clients. Get started with Jacksonville’s award-winning engineering team to learn more about our services including:
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WGI has helped to ensure that Jacksonville businesses and more are safely accessible through restoration projects, interchange improvements, pedestrian bridge developments and more. Contact us today to learn how our engineers can assist with your project today.
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Qualified engineers and scientists who are experts in all things land and water are essential to meeting demanding development standards and protecting not only the environment, but your project.
Darin Rickert Joins WGI’s Structural Solutions Division as Director, Building Enclosures + Restoration
WGI is pleased to announce that Darin Rickert, AIA, RRC, LEED AP joined the firm as Director of the Building Enclosures + Restoration Group.
Discover how smart parking systems can provide new data to empower airports to better plan and react to a fluid operating environment.
Creativity is required to serve the “Tenant of Tomorrow” as their needs will likely change as more employees work from home, at least part of the time.
In the face of these increasingly deadly and destructive storms, the engineers at WGI are offering tips on how to protect buildings and other valuable assets.