How utility bill data creates a reliable foundation for accurate energy savings. Energy efficiency projects are filled with data; facility operations, occupant behavior, equipment specifications, and utility billing data. Utility billing data forms the baseline for any energy efficiency project. The utility analysis serves as a reliable baseline throughout the project lifecycle. There are four …Read More
Thank you to the NY Association of Towns for publishing our article in the March/April 2018 edition of Talk of the Towns magazine.
It can be difficult for towns to move beyond a fix-it-as-you-go mentality. They get stuck in the rut of not being able to foresee infrastructure failures, not knowing what to do to fix them, and not knowing how to pay for them.
Click here to read the entire article, written by Wendel’s Robert Klavoon, PE and Jamie Johnson, PE.
Wendel is proud to announce they have been ranked a “Best Place to Work” in both Western New York and the state of Virginia. Buffalo Business First has placed Wendel on their coveted list two years running as the Bronze winner in 2017 and as #5 in 2018 in the Large Employer Category (100-249 Employees). On the 2018 Best Places to Work in Virginia list, Wendel was ranked #19 in the state in the Large Employer Category.
Winners were determined by an analysis of data compiled through anonymous online surveys of each company’s employees. Actual Wendel employee surveys were quoted in Buffalo Business First stating, “Above all else, the employees are deeply committed to professional ethics in every project we work on. Wendel is a rare jewel in the corporate world,” and “I believe this is one of the top design firms in the region. We have a great culture and passionate staff who really love what we do.” Surveys also highlighted company culture as being focused on quality, dedication and integrity.
Award recipients were announced at luncheons for The Best Places to Work in Virginia on February 1, 2018 in Virginia and for the Best Places to Work in Western NY on March 14, 2018 in Buffalo, NY.
Wendel has recently completed a large project at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. Liberty University’s Freedom Tower anchors one end of the campus walk, intersecting the campus from the residential side to the academic side. The tower holds the School of Divinity and provides incredible views to the surrounding campus and community from the 15th floor lounge and the observation deck above. The lower three floors are comprised of classrooms, offices, lounge space and a Scriptorium, with the tower itself rising at the fourth floor.
The Wendel interior design team in the Richmond, VA office worked closely with VMDO Architects to select a neutral palette of finishes, while designating a different color for each departmental identity. Furnishings selected throughout the building are timeless, classic and functional with a clean, crisp contemporary aesthetic, while upholstery provides a fun pop of color and geometry.