Tag: APWA

Painting the Town Red: What Colors Tell Us About Underground Utilities

With spring setting in and the construction season beginning in earnest, you may notice some “graffiti” marking up a sidewalk, intersection, or lawn in your neighborhood. The varied paint colors (often accompanied by bouquets of small flags) may just seem like clutter as you move past. But for those who will be digging there soon,… Read More »

Award-Winning Projects Help Celebrate National Public Works Week

It’s National Public Works Week, and we’re celebrating some award-winning projects! Three projects that Ayres Associates provided services for earned high praise during the American Public Works Association Wisconsin Chapter’s 2015 awards competition. The Waukesha CTH “L” (Janesville Road) Reconstruction project in the City of Muskego, the Bridge Lane Ravine Pedestrian Bridge project in the… Read More »