The City of Chaska’s vision is to revitalize their downtown as the hub for community destinations and gathering places that reflect and celebrate its historic character, traditional small-town atmosphere, and core values. Two major highways traverse downtown Chaska, State Highway 41 (Chestnut Street) and County Highway 61 (Chaska Boulevard). Both are four-lane roadways and have a primary focus on moving regional traffic efficiently.
Our latest and greatest in the Blink! Simplified Solutions series presents: Stormwater Management Systems. Learn how stormwater is contained, managed, and returned to our lakes, streams, and wetlands. Don't blink, you might miss it!
In a world of planes, trains, and automobiles, more and more travelers are opting to use bicycles—an environmentally and economically friendlier way to get around your community. The City of St. Louis Park has made it a priority to ensure bicyclists have the necessary facilities to make safe and efficient trips by initiating their Connect the Park Plan in 2012.
Incorporating the latest technology in developing an airport layout plan can provide crucial information to decision-makers in a visual and interactive manner. Our aviation services group uses innovative tools to think outside the box during the airport planning process and beyond. We create successful outcomes for you by integrating unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and geographic information systems (GIS) technology into our airport projects.
National Engineering Society Installs New President
ALEXANDRIA, VA (July 24, 2019) – The National Society of Professional Engineers installed David Martini, P.E., F.NSPE, as its 2019-2020 president at the Society’s annual Professional Engineers Conference in Kansas City on July 20, 2019.
Community comes in many forms. In the engineering field, we strive to stay involved with members of the cities and counties we’re working for.
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.
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!