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Modern Meets History at Loras College’s Keane Hall

Modern amenities met historic charm this spring when construction completed on the 1913 Keane Hall at Loras College. A front entry stairway had long limited accessibility to the building that provides... > READ MORE

Making Your Community’s Drinking Water Safe

Are the radium levels in your community’s drinking water within the limits set forth by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)? Have the levels been rising over time? Radium, a naturally... > READ MORE

Bridge Programs and Why They Matter

The state of our country’s infrastructure has been a hot topic lately, and for good reason. Truck traffic is getting heavier, bridges and structures are aging, and it’s not unheard of to learn of a... > READ MORE

Are your Building Columns in Jeopardy?

Imagine one of your employees hitting a building column with a fork truck. Or worse, they hit a column, but don’t report it, and you notice the damage after the fact. Awareness of this damage, to industrial... > READ MORE

So You Have GIS Data, Now What?

Now that you have collected GIS data, what can you do with it? IIW is working with the City of Peosta, Iowa to answer that question. The project includes a three phase approach to utilize GIS data for... > READ MORE