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Designing a Better Wisconsin. Improving the Built Environment.

The Designing a Better Wisconsin Blog features stories and projects from the ACEC WI membership highligting the critical nature of engineering work, life/safey impacts, and cost-effective, innovative solutations. 

Written by Lindsay Kaufmann, PE; Michael Baker International Improving a Vital Interchange The Marquette Interchange is a major, high-volume...

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Written by Douglas R. Snyder, PE, Baxter & Woodman Inc. Determining Water and Facility Needs Determining Water and Facility Needs The City of...

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Written by Dan Sydow, PE, Ayres Associates How times change. How projects evolve. And how transforming the end result of those changes can be. Never...

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Written by Jane Carlson, P.E., ENV SP, of Strand Associates, Inc.Meister Cheese Company, a family-owned company that has called southwestern...

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Written by Leah Rhodes, PE, MSA Professional Services As you drive into the City of Park Falls, you are greeted with a sign reading,...

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Written by Rusty Schroedel, PE, AECOM Meeting strict environmental demands, saving taxpayer money and reducing flood risk to the community; the...

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Written by: Roy Forsyth, PE, CWI, C.H. and Mark Mutziger, PE; Collins Engineers Engineers are intimately aware that what is out of sight, cannot be...

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Written by: Leslie Blaize, CPSM, Blaize Communications Engineers Week Feb. 17-23 When Wisconsin’s citizens enjoy a glass of clean water,...

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Written by Chris Goodwin, PE; Ayres Associates Dams are an integral part of our lives, providing recreational opportunities, power generation,...

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Written by: Scott Kiley, MSA Professional Serivces Bringing our children home Nearly half a million children are reported missing in the United...

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A Major Capital Investment Highlights Long Road to a Revitalized Clean Water Plant Eight years ago, the City of Waukesha sought to replace its tired...

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Using LiDAR Scanning to Take a Close Look at Aging Infrastructure in the City of Sheboygan Repair, or demolish and build new? This was the question...

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