Tag: Structural Design

Par for the Course: Keeping the Bridge Open to the Open

In the golf world this week, all roads lead to the U.S. Open Championship at Erin Hills in Dodge County, Wisconsin. This high-caliber course is 35 miles northwest of Milwaukee, 115 miles from Chicago, 116 miles south of Green Bay, and 67 miles east of Madison. It’s not quite in the middle of nowhere, but… Read More »

Inspiring the Next Generation of STEM Graduates

By Troy Robillard, PE Engineers make things work. As our world becomes increasingly dependent on innovation and technology, a deeper understanding of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) is becoming increasingly important. This evolution creates a gap between the marketplace demand for STEM graduates and those with the skills to fill those positions. (Learn more… Read More »

Beautiful Bridges: Structurally Sound, Aesthetically Pleasing

The United States has nearly 600,000 bridges, and our structural engineers have designed nearly 1,500 of them. All are important to their local transportation networks, and all have a visual impact on their surrounding environment. That’s why good bridge design considers aesthetics as well as structural integrity –and why our bridge designers bring an artistic… Read More »