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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 of the street and several cars down onto the tracks below.

Temporary Repairs of Baltimore’s East 26th Street to Be Completed Ahead of Schedule

Baltimore, MD – Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP along with the various City Departments and other contractors, specifically Hayward Baker and Concrete General Inc., will be finishing the first phase of temporary repairs for Baltimore’s collapsed East 26th Street ahead of schedule. WRA…

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

Baltimore, MD – 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. The wall, along with one lane of East 26th Street between North Charles and…

Lewes Transit Center Opens

Lewes, DE – The Delaware Transit Corporation cut the ribbon on its new Lewes Transit Center, creating a new hub for bus routes in the Sussex County beach area. WRA designed the project, which includes six bus bays and a 200-space park-and-ride lot with permeable concrete paving. We are currently…

WRA Receives Honor Award from ACEC/VA

Senior Vice-President, Jeremy Schlussel, and Associate, Bruce English, accepted the ACEC/VA Honor Award for the Jamestown-Scotland Ferry Dolphin Replacement.

ENR Mid-Atlantic Top Design Firms for 2017

The ENR Mid-Atlantic Top Design Firms is composed of the largest publicly and privately held design firms in the United States. The rankings are based on design-specific revenue. Whitman, Requardt & Associates is ranked at #11. The list mentions one of their largest projects to break ground,…

Professional Engineering Exam

Whitman, Requardt and Associates, LLP is pleased to announce that the following employees passed the Professional Engineering Exam: Kelsey Kress, Transportation Ryan Wilson, Utilities Mindy Laybourne, Traffic Kristen Estocsin, Transportation Andrew Bourne, Civil/Land Development Andrew…