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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

Richmond Office Gives back to Community

Richmond, VA – As part of Whitman, Requardt and Associate, LLP’s 100 year anniversary celebration, employees from the Richmond WRA office helped out their community by collecting food d

26th Street Reopens Following Collapse From Storm

Baltimore, MD – On April 30, 2014, following heavy rains, a block of E.

WRA Honored for MARC Station Work

Baltimore, MD – The MARC Halethorpe Station project was honored by being featured in the July edition of Modern Steel Construction Magazine.

Oyster Planting - Healthy Harbor Initiative

Baltimore, MD-On Tuesday, June 30, WRA and Brown Advisory volunteers, along with members of the Healthy Harbor Partnership and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, embarked on the Snow Goose with their o

Augustine Bridge Work Wins 2014 Construction Excellence Award

Baltimore, MD – The DelDOT Augustine Cut-off (Bridge 1-585) rehabilitation project was awarded the Delaware Contractor’s Association 2014 Construction Excellence Award for the category

WRA Goes Global

Baltimore, MD – In early May, employees from WRA attended an international conference in Ghent, Belgium for Young Professionals of the World Association for Waterborne Transp

WRA Celebrates 100 Years with Anniversary Gala

Whitman, Requardt and Associates, LLP (WRA), a privately-owned engineering and architectural firm founded at the beginning of World War I, announced that its 100th year anniversary celebration -- f

East 26th Street Project Close to Completion

Baltimore, MD – A little over a year ago, the century-old retaining wall located between the CSX Transportation railroad tracks and East 26th Street gave way, carrying part o

WRA On-Call Engineering Contract to Repair Collapsed East 26th Street and Retaining Wall

Around 4 p.m., on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, a century-old retaining wall located between the CSX Transportation railroad tracks and East 26th Street in Baltimore’s Charles Village neighborhood gave way.