Williams & Works provided site design and engineering services for the construction of a building addition to the High School, a new football field and track, and additions to Shepherd and Winn Elementary Schools. Within the two phases of construction there were four separate construction projects on the two school campuses.
Williams & Works' design effort included the specification of a low head pumping system to replace the existing roof, a foundation drainage pump system in the below grade mechanical room and the design of a duplex sanitary sewer lift station.
Williams & Works provided professional survey, design and construction engineering for the replacement of the Michigan Avenue Bridge over the Thornapple River in the City of Hastings, Michigan. In addition to vehicular traffic Williams & Works paid close attention to recreational kayak and canoe traffic on the Thornapple River.
Williams & Works assisted Three Oaks Township with planning and market analyses for the future development of a large parcel in the Township, dubbed Enterprise Park. The planning process involved an analysis of site conditions, extensive public involvement and the development of an implementation framework to realize the preferred concept.
In an effort to revitalize the corridor and return the sense of community, pride, and convenience to residents, the Eastside Neighborhood Association, in conjunction with the “Connecting the Dots” Initiative sponsored by the Michigan Local Initiatives Support Corporation, hired Williams & Works to develop a business corridor plan.
Williams & Works' survey group recently completed a extremely fast and highly accurate survey for Michigan State University (MSU) located in East Lansing, Michigan. This project entailed mapping the inside of Spartan Stadium and access tunnel for an upcoming concert by U2.
In 2008, the West Michigan Trails & Greenways Coalition negotiated the purchase of a portion of Rail America’s right-of-way. As a part of this acquisition, Williams & Works was chosen to perform a number of boundary surveys and develop legal descriptions of the railroad right-of-way to be conveyed.