Phone: (307) 266-2524

News

Civil Engineering Perspective: 2019 to Continue 2018’s Upward Trend

2018 saw solid growth in Wyoming’s economy after the last economic downturn. While our economy wasn’t booming again, we saw a nice upward trend in the energy sector.  In the third quarter of 2018, projects related to mineral extraction were on the rise creating more revenue for our state.  

Read more →

WLC Engineering and Surveying: Casper Office Highlight

WLC Engineering and Surveying (WLC) has evolved over our 70-year history. While still providing the excellence we’ve been dedicated to since day one, we offer additional locations, services and team members to provide our clients with better service and more in-house expertise. With three offices around the state in Casper, Cheyenne, and Rawlins, our team offers expertise in a variety of civil engineering and surveying services.

Read more →

WLC Secures City of Casper Highland Park Cemetery Addition, Phase II Project

WLC Engineering and Surveying was awarded the Highland Park Cemetery Addition, Phase II project by the City of Casper. The project includes the construction of an addition to the existing cemetery which includes grading, irrigation, seeding, landscaping, fencing, installations, and paving. Read more →

WLC Gathering Kicks Christmas Holiday Off Right

A WLC gathering for all employees was held at the Tate Pump House adjacent to the North Platte River in Casper on December 14 to kickoff the Christmas season. Armor’s catered the event providing delicious food and drinks and the entertainment included a white elephant pong game, a Christmas story gift exchange and good company and conversation. Highlights of the evening were the Rawlins team showing up in ugly Christmas sweaters and Christine, Casper front office administrator, receiving the “Terminator” stick to supplement Darlette’s, Rawlins office administrator, “Motivator” stick.

WLC Engineering & Surveying and Team Receive Award of Merit for NCHS Renovations

WLC Engineering & Surveying, and team members, received Engineering News Record’s Mountain State’s Award of Merit for the Natrona County High School Historic Renovations.  Read more →

WLC Providing Civil Engineering Design Services for Casper State Office Building

WLC Engineering and Surveying is providing the civil engineering design services for the Casper, Wyoming State Office Building. These services include land surveying; site and infrastructure design including water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and surfacing; and construction administration. Read more →

WLC Hosts Golf Tournament to Honor 70 Years in Business

On July 20, 2018, WLC Engineering and Surveying hosted its annual golf tournament at Three Crowns Golf Club. In addition to offering employees an opportunity to celebrate WLC’s 70th anniversary, the event allows WLC’s team to thank our clients and partners for working with us and their friendships. Read more →

Celebrating 70 Years in Business, WLC Looks Back & Forward

Celebrating 70 years in business, WLC Engineering and Surveying (WLC) continues to provide services to Wyoming residents, businesses and governments just as it did in 1948.

Don Davis, WLC’s past president, retired in 2017 after more than 40 years with the company. He was part of WLC’s 5th generation of ownership and shared some thoughts about why he thinks WLC is celebrating its 70th anniversary.

“WLC has always held true to the values of professionalism and integrity,” said Davis. “After 70, years clients know that’s what they’ll always get from WLC. We have always had a commitment to excellence and known there’s only one way to do something, and that’s the right way.” Read more →

Brad Holwegner Completes Benefit-Cost Analysis Training for FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grants

Brad Holwegner, project manager and design engineer for WLC Engineering and Surveying’s Casper office completed a Benefit-Cost Analysis Training through the Homeland Security Training Program on June 13, 2018. This vocational certification is required for any entities seeking Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Hazard Mitigation Grants. This training enables WLC to seek, obtain and administer FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grants on behalf of federal, state, local or tribal entities. Read more →

Civil Engineering Perspective: 2018 to be Stable but Not Booming for Central Wyoming

It’s no secret that the economic climate in Casper and throughout Wyoming has been very difficult for the past several years. The economic downturn resulted primarily from drastically reduced oil prices, continued low gas prices, and the push for cleaner energy greatly impacting the demand for coal. As a result, nearly every individual and every sector of Wyoming has been impacted and Wyoming has experienced population migration from the state. Specifically, education and municipality funding have been hit hard and had to reduce budgets substantially. As we move forward in 2018, there are positive influencers and markers of note. Read more →