Milford Mine Memorial Park, about two miles north of Crosby, MN, has officially opened. The park honors the 41 miners who lost their lives in Minnesota’s worst mining disaster. Widseth Smith Nolting worked closely with Crow Wing County Natural Resource Manager Bryan Pike to make the park a reality. Continue reading “Milford Mine Memorial Park opens, honors 41 disaster victims”
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has two grant programs available to help fund source water protection projects. Here’s what you need to know about the programs. Continue reading “You could receive a $10,000 source water protection grant. WSN can help you apply.”
Widseth Smith Nolting produced this video to illustrate how our architects and engineers have devised solutions that would increase safety, flexibility, and efficiency, promote corporate identity, and capitalize on site opportunities for long-time client Douglas Machine. Douglas’ site and buildings have seen significant change over the years. Now the time has come to take a broader look—to view the campus as a whole and to ensure it reflects and supports the company’s position as an international leader. Continue reading “Watch a master plan in action: Douglas Machine case study”
There’s nothing like playing at home in front of your own fans. Home field advantage is something all teams thrive on. Our architects and engineers will work with you to develop a facility that is catered specifically to your team, your school, and your community. Continue reading “We know every inch counts, every second, every drop of sweat… We Know Sports.”
There was a lot of excitement at the location of the future Crosslake Community School last Saturday! School staff, students, and project partners gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking of the much-anticipated new school. Todd Lyscio, the Executive Director of the school, and his band provided some rockin’ tunes, a delicious BBQ was prepared, and the neighboring farmers market provided unique shopping. Continue reading “Crosslake Community School Breaks Ground!”
Dustin Fanfulik recently passed his PE exam, becoming a licensed civil engineer in the state of Minnesota. He earned his bachelor of science in civil engineering from the University of North Dakota.
Fanfulik has worked at WSN’s East Grand Forks office for more than three years as an Engineer in Training. He will continue to interpret design criteria, analyze construction budgets, and develop site plans as well as apply to receive his North Dakota license.
Long-time WSN client Mills Fleet Farm opened their newest store in Monticello, MN, on August 2, 2017. WSN provided architectural, engineering, land surveying, and environmental services on the project. We are excited to see this client continue to grow and expand.
Philip Ready recently passed his Electrical & Computer Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam, which brings him one step closer to licensure. He received his bachelor of science in electrical engineering from North Dakota State University.
Ready has worked in WSN’s Baxter office for more than a year and will continue to design electrical systems, produce construction documents, and coordinate plans with other engineering disciplines. He will also continue to work toward his professional engineering license.