As we all wait to see if the Cubs will finally break their 108-year curse and win the World Series, now is the perfect time to think about upgrades to your baseball facility, or possibly even a new complex. WSN’s architects and engineers don’t just understand these projects from a design perspective — we know the needs of the athletes and the spectators in addition to the technical and aesthetic requirements. Continue reading “Will the Cubs win? Maybe…. Can WSN improve your baseball field? For sure!”
Ever seen a backhoe on a lake? If you were near Kellogg, MN, and tried to access Goose Lake recently, you would have witnessed some interesting activity.
The Minnesota DNR chose to dredge three to four feet of sediment from eight acres of Goose Lake this past summer. The removal of this material will improve fish habitat and boat access. WSN was hired to provide a pre-dredge survey and periodic quantity surveys to measure the progress of the dredging operation. Continue reading “WSN’s hydrographic surveys measure dredging operation on Goose Lake”