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WRA Ranked #1 by BBJ

Baltimore, MD - WRA was ranked number one in the Baltimore Business Journal for the highest number of professional engineers working in the Baltimore area.

UMD Engineers Without Borders Ghana Project

Padraic Gray (Baltimore, Water/Wastewater) and a group of students from the University of Maryland chapter of Engineers Without Borders (UMD EWB) Ghana Project team completed a trip to the Sumaman

WRA Ranks #4 Among the Top Large Employers in Baltimore

Baltimore, MD -  WRA is recognized by the Baltimore Sun as one of the Top Workplaces for 2015.  

11th Street Bridge Park

WRA was awarded the engineering services for the 11th Street Bridge Park.

Scotland Rec Center Receives LEED Gold Certification

To support Montgomery County’s green initiatives, the Scotland Recreation Center in Potomac, Maryland incorporated numerous sustainable design elements.  These elements included water efficien

WRA Presented at the 2015 Tri-Association Conference

Baltimore, MD – The Chesapeake Water Environment Association (CWEA), the Chesapeake Section, American Water Works Association (CSAWWA), and the Water & Waste Operators Associat

WRA Abstracts Accepted for Ports 2016

Baltimore, MD – Wayne Chang, Siva Kesavan, Matthew McCarty, Patrick O’Brien, Thomas Ripley, Cameron Troxel, William Young, and Jeremy Schlussel submitted abstracts which were accep

Captain Walter Francis Duke Elementary School Receives LEED Gold Certification

The new 76,000 SF Captain Walter Francis Duke Elementary School in St. Mary’s County was just awarded LEED Gold certification.

WRA Wins MEP Contract

WRA was recently awarded a $1 million on-call contract with the City of Baltimore to provide mechanical and electrical engineering services.  Projects will include studies and design for vario

Charlie Henck Contributes to ASHRAE’s “Laboratory Design Guide”

With the publication of ASHRAE’s second edition of the “Laboratory Design Guide” comes the update of Chapter 8: Air Treatment.  This chapter, revised and edited by Charlie He