Public engagement has always been a crucial aspect for projects that require input and opinions from citizens and stakeholders. Over the last five years, technology availability and convenience has rapidly increased. With the internet at our fingertips, a wider audience can be reached, and public input can be collected and analyzed more efficiently and accurately. By developing and implementing Geographic Information System (GIS) engagement tools, more opportunities have been created for stakeholders to gain access to new information and gauge how projects are affecting their communities.
We are thrilled to announce Bolton & Menk has been named one of the Top 150 Workplaces in Minnesota by the Star Tribune for the second year in a row. Bolton & Menk was ranked 20th in the top 50 on the midsize company list. The firm employs more than 500 employees.
Bradley C. DeWolf, P.E., President and CEO, is grateful to receive this award for a second year in a row, during a time when the Star Tribune had the most companies in history participate in the survey.
Everyone has a daily routine, but do we know how what’s under our street keeps our routine running smoothly? Our newest interactive application “What’s Under My Street” shows what goes on below the surface, so let’s take a look at how those systems work together to provide a day in the life. Match the colors in the article to the system in the application to see how the two work together!