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Evansville Secondary Access Road Moves Forward

WLC has served as the Town Engineer for the Town of Evansville since 2003, assisting with numerous infrastructure projects. Recently, a long-desired project, the Evansville Secondary Access Road, took a major step forward.

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The Best Ways to Reduce Project Overages

In a design and construction project, fee overages can derail progress and completion, cause frustrations across the board, and ruin business relationships. WLC is dedicated to ensuring this happens as little as possible for our clients and ourselves. Together, a firm and project owner can implement a number of processes to reduce overages and help ensure the project stays on budget and on schedule.

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WLC Staff Earn CST Certifications

WLC is proud to announce that two of our team members, Aaron Gow and Steven Langwell, recently completed Certified Survey Technician (CST) Level 1 training through the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS). This certification program further qualifies Aaron and Steven to perform important surveying tasks as part of our company’s land surveying services.

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Celebrating the 2020 Longevity Awards

As a people-first company, WLC values every single member of our team and is excited to celebrate the longevity of four important WLC employees in 2020.

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WLC Awarded the East Antelope Road Reconstruction Project

WLC was recently awarded the East Antelope Road Reconstruction Project located in Converse County, scheduled for completion in the fall of 2020. The project includes the reconstruction and paving of approximately 7.56 miles of the western end of East Antelope Road (County Road #52). WLC’s team of experienced engineers and skilled, professionals are excited to complete this project for Converse County.

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Adapting to a New Normal: WLC’s COVID-19 Response

WLC is no stranger to adapting to changing conditions. As one of Wyoming’s longest-standing engineering and surveying firms, we’ve learned to be flexible over our 72-year run and it’s one of the reasons we’ve been successful. The COVID-19 global pandemic has been no exception.

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WLC’s Casper Office to Kick Off a Busy Summer

With many projects out of our Casper office on the horizon, ranging from street improvements and waterline replacements, to pathway design and construction, plus various civil engineering design services, WLC is excited to kick off a busy summer.

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How Prioritizing Infrastructure Benefits the Community

Consider the innerworkings of healthy, functioning communities. What do they all have in common? It is likely you thought of several basic physical systems, or infrastructure. Without such things as roads and transportation, communication systems, water treatment and distribution,  sewage treatment  and collection, power generation, and so on, communities would struggle to survive. Government entities and municipalities are responsible for ensuring infrastructure is not only present but functioning in a way that contributes to a positive quality of life for its residents.

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Qualifications Your Materials Testing Firm Should Have

Materials testing refers to testing programs, investigations, and studies of concrete, soil, and asphalt in order to ensure projects are being constructed and completed as designed and to the proper specifications. In order to verify the proper materials are in place and meeting industry compaction standards, among other criteria, there are several qualifications and certifications you should look for in a civil engineering or testing firm.

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Flood Elevation Certificate: When & How to Get One

Spring means wet weather in Wyoming and while we’re fortunate to live in an area rarely plagued by extreme flooding, the occasional high waters from winter runoff or an extreme storm can still occur. If you’re a home or business owner in a “high-risk” or flood susceptible location, your insurance provider or mortgage company will likely request a Flood Elevation Certificate (FEC) in order to determine your flood insurance premium.

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