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raSmith is providing civil engineering and construction services to support this project—a long-term solution to replace Waukesha's groundwater supply.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has transformed the South End Zone of Camp Randall Stadium and adjoining Field House into a premium area with seating for 2,300, access to indoor and outdoor hospitality clubs, climate-controlled amenities, expanded premium food and beverage offerings, dedicated restrooms, and a terrace that connects with and provides views into the UW Field House.
raSmith designed this single-lane roundabout to improve safety, maintain efficient traffic flow, and minimize impacts to surrounding properties.
Surveying services played an important role in the development of this $456 million, years-in-the-making project.
The project scope consisted of 7,500 feet of 18-inch sanitary sewer and 7,700 feet of 16-inch water main along Goldendale Road, Holy Hill Road, and within private property.
raSmith provided planning and design services for this 4,000-square-foot inclusive playground to benefit the community.
To help bring this exciting development to life, raSmith overcame project challenges and provided civil engineering and surveying services.
This recreation facility is an exciting, multi-phase development for which raSmith provided master planning, civil engineering, land surveying, and construction services.
raSmith provided civil site design services for the Westside Community Building renovation and parking lot reconfiguration.
This shopping center has undergone a mixed-use redevelopment with multiple new retail establishments, parklets, and outdoor dining terraces.
The Lexington Convention Center (Central Bank Center) project was a renovation and addition to the existing convention center space.
Slinger, WI
To bring this 80-acre community park to life, raSmith is working closely with the Village of Slinger to provide multi-disciplinary design and surveying services.
As part of the early planning phases for the proposed Monarch Subdivision, raSmith conducted a tree inventory and wetland delineation within an approximately 31-acre property in the City of Waukesha.
As part of the adaptive reuse of a historic school, raSmith provided 3D laser scanning and as-builting services for 36 new apartment homes.
Sussex, WI
raSmith provided construction inspection and surveying services for the most extensive roadway project ever undertaken by the Village of Sussex.
raSmith completed a wetland delineation on the 113-acre Door Creek Park Property in the City of Madison.
raSmith provided the survey and site design for both cabins and helped navigate the entitlement process for local and state approval for stormwater management.
raSmith provided a wetland delineation and rare species survey for a proposed 675.5-acre mining site in Oakdale, Wisconsin.
The raSmith wetland team was retained as a subconsultant to provide wetland permitting and mitigation services for an approximately 46-acre industrial project site in the City of Franklin, referred to as “Oakwood Industrial.”
The raSmith wetland team was retained by RFDII, LLC to complete a feasibility study for a proposed wetland mitigation bank site in the City of Burlington.
Fitchburg, WI
Due to a history of flooding in the area, raSmith was retained to evaluate the issue and design solutions for the client.
raSmith provided the site design and survey for the Kohler Straits Chapel project, nestled on 40 acres just north of Sheboygan, WI.
The City of Fitchburg asked raSmith to provide design services for these pickleball courts, four of which are ADA compliant.
Fitchburg, WI
raSmith provided cost-effective designs that optimized the treatment of stormwater.
When flooding washed away a section of bulkhead protecting the bank of Baskerville Harbor, raSmith was selected to evaluate and design the repairs.
Interactive Highway Safety Design Model (IHSDM) and Vissim were used to evaluate 300 miles of freeway in WisDOT’s Southeast Region.
raSmith performed a structural assessment and repair design for the Janesville City Hall outdoor plaza.
Barron County, WI
raSmith wetland professionals teamed with Oneida Total Integrated Enterprises (OTIE) to complete an environmental investigation for the Dovre Lateral.
As part of the CTH VV (Silver Spring Drive) road reconstruction project (for which raSmith provided construction services), bioswales were incorporated into the design of the medians using a combination of native and ornamental plants.
raSmith provided the cold-formed steel exterior wall and roof framing design for the DePaul University School of Music project along with design work for the interior platform framing, acoustic wall features, and the acoustical clouds, including the massive walkable platform above the main auditorium.