THOUGHT LEADERS JOURNAL
At WGI our Thought Leaders are the driving force that keeps our industry up to date as they share their experience while discussing the issues of today and the future outlook of our rapidly changing industry.
During construction activities, the lack of reliable information on underground utilities location can result in costly conflicts, damages, delays, utility service disruptions, redesigns, claims, injuries, and even lost lives.ding.read more
The 2019 outlook for the AEC professions is strong, especially considering the federal, state, and local governments’ plan to boost infrastructure spending.read more
Underground parking structures are more common as land values rise and as communities encourage mixed-use developments that incorporate parking beneath the primary development use – office, retail, hotel, and residential.read more
It can be argued that healthcare parking and facility operations have a higher level of service requirement than most sectors of parking. I recall a conversation in my past life where the statement was made that parking is parking, regardless of the parkers being served. I carefully made the argument that this was not an accurate statement, with healthcare as my prime example.read more
For the past 20 years, Carl Walker, a division of WGI, has worked with Colorado State University in Fort Collins on a variety of campus parking projects. In 2007, we were selected to help design the University’s first parking structure: the four-level, 873-car Lake Street garage.read more
That provocative headline grabbed your attention, but our industry must admit that we do not yet know all the questions — let alone the answers — about autonomous (AV) and shared vehicles. Certainly, the number one question parking professionals ask is, “How will it impact us?” I wish I had the definitive answer to that question aloneread more