Wendel is pleased to announce the expansion of our presence in the Southeast and the addition of Shayla J. Nealy as Director of Infrastructure Programming. Shayla brings leadership and many distinct competencies to Wendel. She has spent a good portion of her career focusing on improving the Atlanta Region’s water infrastructure as well as devoting …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 whether Niagara Falls, NY, would ever house a new rail station. In 1999, the city’s leadership made a do-or-die decision – take the lead on the project and push it forward, alone if need be.
To read more on how Wendel reinvigorates the City of Niagara Falls, please click on the BusRide Magazine below:
Wendel is pleased to announce it is expanding its presence in Connecticut. Wendel secured a new office space that will house staff and support business activities across the state. Operation began in the new office space, located between Hartford and New Haven at 500 Broad Street, Suite 203, Meriden, CT 06450, as of June of this year.
As Wendel continues to evolve and expand, the need for an office that is centrally located to our clients in Connecticut has emerged. We are quite active in the area’s transit space with more than ten large projects across the state such as the Waterbury Bus Maintenance Facility, CTtransit Term Contract and the Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority Maintenance Facility. We are also focused on energy efficiency services, primarily in higher education, with multiyear energy conservation improvement contracts with Yale and UCONN.
“We are excited about our new location in Connecticut. We are closer to our clients, allowing us to better serve their needs. Our newest office supports our continued growth and expansion throughout the state and beyond,” said Stewart Haney, President and CEO of Wendel.
Thank you to the NY Association of Towns for publishing our article in the July/August 2018 edition of Talk of the Towns magazine.
Is your municipality operating at peak efficiency? How will local governments and ratepayers be able to afford costly asset renewal projects now and in the future? These days, everyone is expected to do more with less; meanwhile the sustainability and environmental stewardship goal line continues to move.
Click here to read the entire article, written by Wendel’s Brian Sibiga, PE and Keith Krug, CEM