This $42 million project, located in Tysons Corner, Fairfax County, Virginia, improved the existing twin bridges carrying Route 7 over the Dulles Toll Road (DTR) and Dulles Intern
Loai F El-Gazairly, Ph.D., PE and Paul Duemmel, PE, Associates in WRA's Bridge Group, will be presenting the "Design and Construction of Post-Tensioned Straddle Bents for US 301 over SR 1 in Delawa
The City of Richmond’s East Riverfront Transportation Improvement project has been selected to receive the 2019 American Public Works Association (APWA) Mid-Atlantic Chapter’s Project of the Year A
UrbanPlan is a realistic, engaging exercise in which participants—high school students, university students, or public officials—learn about the fundamental forces that affect real estate developme
Diane has over 15 years’ experience in transportation planning, fare collection, transit benefits, system planning, smart card implementation, environmental & site planning, program and project
Sam spent twenty-seven years of her career with the Maryland Department of Transportation in various positions at the MDOT-MTA and MDTA.
Kristin Gunther completed the 2018 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Young Leader Partnership Forum (PF) with the Baltimore District Council. The annual ULI Partnership Forum groups ULI
Paul Duemmel, Sarah Proctor, Bryan Townsend, and Loai El-Gazairly attended the ribbon cutting for US Route 301.
Members of the Rutland Road Fish Passage project team accept the 2019 MdQI Green/Sustainability/Environmental Award of Excellence.
WRA was ranked as the #1 Largest Engineering Firm in Greater Baltimore by Baltimore Business Journal. Engineering firms are ranked annually by the number of professional engineers and WRA has 162