Gibson-Thomas Website Update
Gibson-Thomas Engineering has helped build bridges, plan interstates, and manage waterways. But when it came to their website, they were suffering with an aging infrastructure and poor design. With their 100th anniversary approaching, the company knew it was time to design and build a better website. They turned to the team at VIG.
We built a site to carry them into the next century.
Gibson-Thomas Engineering Website Development
Gibson-Thomas Engineering provides consulting, management, and design services for roadways and bridges, water distribution and treatment systems, hydrology and hydraulic analyses, environmental studies, surveys, and more. They needed a website that conveyed their cutting-edge design abilities and expertise.
Their existing website had a cumbersome content management system (CMS) and dated design. The CMS was hard to work with and the content was out of date. The site needed a total rebuild.
We provided a fully responsive, redesigned website that reflected the company’s abilities and highlighted its experience with an impressive portfolio of projects.
Responsive Website with a Custom WordPress CMS
We built a responsive, redesigned website for Gibson-Thomas on the WordPress CMS. We customized the layout to highlight their services and completed projects while taking advantage of WordPress’s user-friendly admin area and features. Now potential clients can browse the gallery of completed projects and sort them by service area.
In addition, with WordPress and post-launch training from VIG, the team at Gibson-Thomas has the ability to manage their own site and add content as their portfolio, locations, and services continue to grow.
Within the first month after launch, Gibson-Thomas saw nearly a 60 percent increase in page views, a 55 percent increase in the average amount of pages per session, and a 53percent increase in the average session duration.
Is your website keeping up with your brand? If not, it may be time to bring it up to speed.
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