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OMNNI recently took part in area groundbreaking ceremonies and ribbon-cutting events for some important projects and thought we’d share them with you. STH 116, Main Street Wolf River Bridge and Approaches and Main Street Reconstruction Village of Winneconne, Wisconsin On Saturday, October 6th, the new Wolf River Bridge opened in...

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Aerial photo of the Eagle Point Senior Living facility and site located on the banks of the Fox River, Appleton, Wisconsin. OMNNI provides numerous aerial imagery services, both in support of our projects and for our clients. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) – commonly known as “drones” – are becoming an...

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Jason Marks, P.E. Wins 2016 Resident Engineer Award Congratulations to Jason Marks, P.E., for receiving the “2016 Outstanding Airport Resident Engineering Award” for his role as resident engineer on a taxiway relocation project at the Wittman Regional Airport, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Bureau of Aeronautics presented the honor...

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OMNNI Associates was recently recognized by the American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) for their role on two highway projects. Gold Award - CE & Eisenhower Drive Corridor Project Outagamie County, Wisconsin The CTH CE and Eisenhower Drive Corridor project was awarded the Gold Award for “Outstanding Design and Construction” in the...

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    OMNNI Associates was recently recognized for their expertise in providing construction administration services for the STH 96, Fox River Bridge replacement project in Wrightstown, Wisconsin.  The project received the “Outstanding Highway Construction Award” in the Structure Category > $2,000,000 from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT).  The award...

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We’ve all heard stories about boats being able to travel the distance of the Lower Fox River from Green Bay to Lake Winnebago. In order to do this, they had to go through a series of 17 locks (see map). But by the early 1980's, the river was used less and...

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There is a lot of construction taking place in Wrightstown over and around the Fox River. There are backhoes, cranes, concrete trucks and contractor crews working on the construction of a new, wider and safer bridge across the Fox River. Did you ever wonder who is responsible for ensuring that...

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