Battery electric buses come with a host of benefits to the environment, users and operators alike. If you are considering converting all or part of your bus fleet to battery electric buses, here are a few things you should know. BEB Benfits Battery Electric Buses are considered zero emission vehicles since they have no exhaust … Read More
Are you tired of playing mediator between design firm and contractor?
Does this sound familiar? You have a project with a tight deadline and will need to procure the services yourself. You’re already facing several obstacles: It must be completed within an expedited time-frame from conception through completion. It must stay within budget. You want control and transparency of your project without the headaches. Are you … Read More
Why Should You Hire a Master Builder?
For project owners both new and experienced, assembling a team of designers and constructers to complete a project can be daunting. The unexperienced owner may not know where to begin, and the experienced owner likely has memories of the tedium and frustration that come with managing separate design and construction entities working on a single … Read More
Wendel Elevates Two Owners to Principal, Senior Associate Principal
Wendel, a nationally recognized architecture, engineering, energy efficiency and construction management firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of two existing owners. Daniel Goemann, RA, AIA, has been promoted to Senior Associate Principal, and Brian Sibiga, PE, has been elevated to a Principal owner in the … Read More
Rain Check 2.0 –Funding Green Infrastructure Opportunities in Buffalo, NY
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
Why Green Infrastructure?
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