Category: Portfolio

Waterbury State Office Complex

In August of 2011 Tropical Storm Irene flooded the Waterbury State Office Complex, leaving behind silt, debris, and extensive property damage. Approximately 1,200 state employees were displaced by the flooding and a number of infrastructure vulnerabilities exposed by this event. Although there was strong interest in rebuilding the campus, due diligence required a closer look

Wentworth & Wilder: Affordable Workforce Housing

White River Junction, Vermont Winner of the 2022 ACEC Vermont Engineering Excellence Awards: Category E Land Development This project was built to provide affordable workforce housing for the residents of White River Junction, paying close attention to detail and utilizing quality materials. It consisted of two buildings, the first is nestled in the woods below

Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences – Canopy Walkway Ribbon Cutting

Have you ever wanted to explore through the trees like a bird? Well, now is your chance! This past Saturday, the Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences Forest Canopy Walkway opened with a ribbon cutting. Engineering Ventures provided permitting assistance for this impressive structure. EV’s very own Erik Christman, who works in our Lebanon office, attended

Shelburne Town Center Structural Steel Takes Shape

The structural steel is nearly complete and the library wing addition is taking shape as construction continues at the Shelburne Vermont Town Center. This project includes renovations and additions to the 1920’s historic municipal complex buildings including a new library addition and renovations to the Town Hall. Please see the Town’s website for more information