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Pittsburgh Regional Office Wraps Up Grand Cayman Project

Lindsey Ulizio and Scott Thompson-Graves had a productive week on Grand Cayman evaluating potential short-term solutions to alleviate growing congestion on the island. This trip was WRA’s sixth to Grand Cayman over the course of the project to develop and apply a Travel Demand Model and Traffic…

Richmond Office Raises Money for BCRF

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Richmond office raised $1,350.00 for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). 90% of all donations made to BCRF go to finding ways "to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing the world's most promising breast cancer research."

PGAV Architects Teams with WRA for Missouri Water Service Center

WRA, a subconsultant to PGAV Architects, is part of a team recently awarded the final design of the Kansas City, MO Water Services Center. The project will replace the existing complex with all new structures and yard components. The design will have heavy emphasis on phasing as the complex must…

WRA Assists to Consolidate Maintenance Activities in NYC

WRA, as a subconsultant to Urbahn Architects in New York, is completing a master plan for the New York City Fire Department to consolidate all maintenance activities. The recommended solution is a 600,000 square foot facility with 7 floors of maintenance and vehicle storage. The construction…

Clint Martin Shares Role of Reflection in WRA Career Start

Clint Martin was featured in ASCE Plot Points Podcast Season 2 Episode 3: Find Yourself. He shares how completing a thru-hike of the entire Appalachian Trail helped prepare him for the start of his career at WRA...

Andy Landrum Receives Enslow-Hedgepeth Award

Andy Landrum, of WRA’s Newport News office, was presented with the Virginia Water Environment Association's (VWEA) Enslow-Hedgepeth Award at the VWEA/VA AWWA WaterJAM Conference in Virginia Beach on September 11, 2019. The Enslow-Hedgepeth Award is presented to individuals who have shown…

WRA Attends Ribbon Cutting of I-64 Design Build

WRA staff from Richmond attended the ribbon cutting of VDOT's I-64 Widening project. WRA was the lead designer on this $46.4 M Design-Build project. I-64 between the I-295 interchange (Exit 200) in Henrico County to the Bottoms Bridge area (Exit 205) in New Kent County was completed in August 2019…

Fairfax Office WALKS4KIDSHealth

It was a beautiful day for VDOT's WALK4KIDSHealth fundraiser and some of our Fairfax office employees participated in the event. WRA employees pledged over $1,000. for the St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital “leads the way the world understands, treats…

Emergency Repair of Father Hurley Boulevard Recognized by CEAM

WRA attended the County Engineers Association of Maryland Conference in Ocean City, MD last week. The Emergency Repairs for 66" CMP Culvert on Father Hurley Boulevard was given the Award of Merit - Medium Project. Danielle Conrow, CEAM President presented Brian Copley, Montgomery County, Mike…

WRA is a Top Workplace in Delaware

We have something exciting to share — WRA's Wilmington Office has been named a Top Workplace in Delaware! The award is based solely on the feedback of our employees. Being named a Top Workplace is a big deal — only 60 companies made this year’s list. …