Traffic noise analysis for transportation projects: Computer Noise Modeling – Part II

July 13, 2015

Justin K. Kellogg, M.S., QEP, Environmental Engineer's Part II blog post about computer noise modeling as it relates to transportation projects.

House Hunters: Environmental Scientist Addition…Update!

July 6, 2015

Update to Previous Blog Post - The importance of Radon Testing when buying a new home in WNY by Kim Engels

Sitting vs. Standing at Your Desk

June 29, 2015

Doing work at a computer or desk generally requires us to sit.   But how can we avoid the health risks of sitting all day, while still managing to get work done? The solution could be a standing desk. 

Did You Know that Watts Has GIS Capabilities?

March 16, 2015

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, well, how about a multi-layered interactive map with geo-referenced data tables, available at the click of a mouse? Geographic Information System (GIS) is changing the way we work, think, and communicate.

Rehabilitation of the Evangola State Park Terrace Retaining Wall

October 27, 2014

The focal point of Evangola State Park is the massive, beach-side retaining wall Painted white with large, red letters spelling-out the words “EVANGOLA STATE PARK”, it is known to beach-goers and boaters alike.

Traffic Noise Analysis For Transportation Projects: A Beginner’s Guide – Part I

February 12, 2014

Justin K. Kellogg, M.S., QEP, Environmental Engineer gives us a beginners look into Traffic Noise Analysis for Transportation Projects.

Cave of the Winds Renovations

December 3, 2013

Watts was tasked with improving the operating conditions of the elevators and improving the experience of the travelling public. Ultimately, the project works to secure the future of the venue.

Green Infrastructure Progresses in Buffalo: Fillmore Avenue

November 5, 2013

After a trip to Onondaga County in the spring of 2012, the Buffalo Sewer Authority (BSA) was inspired to begin relieving Buffalo’s combined storm and sewer system as the ‘Save the Rain’ program had done for Syracuse.

Ribbon Cutting at the Buffalo Promise Neighborhood Children’s Academy

September 23, 2013

Downtown Buffalo has been booming with exciting new builds and construction projects to restore business and vibrancy back to the city. From the Harborcenter and Canalside, to new lofts and restaurants, and even restoring traffic down Main Street, life is starting to re-appear.

Project Profile: Porter Avenue from Symphony Circle to Niagara Street, Buffalo, NY

February 11, 2013

This reconstruction project created an avenue that framed the beauty of the neighborhood, giving it the unified and attractive appearance worthy of the remarkable collection of beautiful architecture that lines this historic street.