Buffalo, NY News
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.
Wendel is pleased to announce the addition of Ann E. Casey, AIA, LEED AP BD+C as a Project Architect working out of our downtown Buffalo, NY office in the Electric Tower. She comes to Wendel with over 10 years of experience as an Architectural Designer, Project Architect, and Business Development Leader. Ann will be focused on …Read More
Wendel is proud to announce that the Amherst Chamber of Commerce has presented us with the 2018 Innovation Award. The award was presented October 22, 2018 at “The Event” at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens where over 400 members were in attendance. This annual event takes place every October and celebrates business excellence in Western New York. …Read More
Wendel is pleased to announce that Construction Practice Area Leader, Mark D. Molnar, PE, has been named a member of the Design-Build Committee of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of New York. This committee serves to educate members and the public on design-build and monitor/pursue legislation in the interest of this project delivery …Read More
The city had a keen interest in renovating and relocating the facility dating to the 1980s, but persistent false-starts and obstacles frustrated the community’s efforts for the better part of a decade. Some in the planning process, which at different times included railroad companies, Amtrak, the State of New York and the federal government, questioned …Read More