Insights by Troy Pankratz, PE

Why should training be a priority for designers?
Why should training be a priority for designers?

Training is crucial for technical knowledge growth as well as group collaboration. Working together as one unit is a big part of what makes a project team successful.

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Urban corridor project wins Engineering Achievement Award
Urban corridor project wins Engineering Achievement Award

The Lacy Road Rural Roadway Reconstruction project won the Wisconsin Section – American Society of Civil Engineers Engineering Achievement Award.

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Revealing the environmental rewards of roundabouts
Revealing the environmental rewards of roundabouts

As public acceptance for roundabouts rises, so do the environmental rewards. Roundabouts provide an eco-friendly alternative to traditional intersections.

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Prioritize pedestrians at your crosswalks, Part 2
Prioritize pedestrians at your crosswalks, Part 2

Pedestrian travel is becoming more common in urbanized environments, and municipalities are looking for more ways to increase pedestrian safety.

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Prioritize pedestrians at your crosswalks, Part 1
Prioritize pedestrians at your crosswalks, Part 1

People are choosing to walk, and adapting roadways to sustain larger amounts of foot traffic is becoming a priority for municipalities.

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Ring around the roadway: When to use a roundabout
Ring around the roadway: When to use a roundabout

Conventional intersections are not always the best solution to meet the increasingly complex traffic problems we face today. When solving challenges associated with limited sight and irregular traffic patterns, a roundabout is oftentimes a viable intersection option.

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The many benefits of roundabouts
The many benefits of roundabouts

In the correct application, roundabouts provide a myriad of benefits to roadway users. It’s easy for the public to be detracted from the fundamental improvements that roundabouts provide.

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