Category: General Civil / Municipal

Successful Campus Projects Share Traits in Common

By Disa Wahlstrand, PE, LEED AP Campuses come in all shapes and sizes, ranging in use from education to health care to industry. Every campus has unique needs and challenges specific to the type of service they provide. Yet from an engineering perspective, many campuses – whatever their use – also have similar traits and… Read More »

Making a Difference, One Solution at a Time

By Thomas Pulse, PE Design professionals come in many forms. They design, engineer, landscape, survey, map, inspect, and build the infrastructure that surrounds and serves us. But they share one common characteristic: The work they do improves lives. For nearly 60 years, the professionals at Ayres Associates have been working to make your world –… Read More »

Done by the Bell: Campus Projects Demand Punctuality

The renovation of the Falcon Center for Health, Education, and Wellness was the largest project in the history of UW-River Falls and had an extremely complex schedule to be completed on time. For architects and engineers, “back to school” doesn’t just mean shopping for pencils and checking class schedules. It means having the school and… Read More »