Buffalo, NY News
Article written by: Scott M. Rybarczyk, PE, LEED AP Senior Environmental Engineer Associate Principal Green Infrastructure is a solution being used more and more to combat a long-existing limitation to Buffalo’s stormwater management systems. During periods of heavy rainfall, the City of Buffalo sewers cannot handle all of the stormwater runoff entering the system. In …Read More
The Chautauqua Institution had a problem. Algae in Chautauqua Lake had reached unsafe levels. The algae blooms, caused by an overabundance of phosphorus in the water, were not just unattractive: they were toxic to swimmers and wildlife as well. Founded in 1874, the Chautauqua Institution’s resort and adult education center had long been renowned for …Read More
Wendel Welcomes Caryn Cowin as Construction Project Manager Wendel, a nationally recognized Architectural, Engineering, Energy Efficiency and Construction Management Firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Caryn Cowin as Construction Project Manager. Caryn brings extensive experience in Program, Project and Construction Management to Wendel’s Team. She is versed in design and construction procedures, as …Read More
Laura Eysnogle joins Wendel’s Award Winning Five Bugles Design Team, adds Architecture and Interior Design Expertise “Joining the Wendel team is providing me the opportunity to collaborate with folks from all around the country, with different backgrounds and specialties, creating this cross pollination of ideas on how to serve our clients in the best way …Read More
Letchworth State Park, south of Rochester, NY, is known as the Grand Canyon of the East where visitors travel every year to see the scenic gorge and hike in the surrounding forest. Many years ago, the drinking water for thirsty park-goers came from spring feeders from upland wetlands within the park boundary. The water was …Read More
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Published David Kimball’s article on the Trempealeau County Health Care Center in the 2018 AAH Academy Journal! Click on the Journal Below to learn about the Road to Recovery: Person-Centered Design Behavioral Health.