Last Thursday, October 5th, WRA volunteers planted their spat (baby oysters) at their oyster garden along Bond Street Wharf.
On September 26th-27th, WRA’s Brandon Steel (third from left) and Brad Stipes volunteered as ambassadors at the Careers Expo for Youth, an extension of the United Way of South
During the WaterJAM Conference, held September 10th-14th, J. Andrew “Andy” Landrum was the recipient of the Kenneth J.
WRA provided engineering services related to the siting, design, and construction of a 2 MG elevated water storage facility on the east campus of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. Siting a 170 ft.
WRA’s Baltimore office enjoyed a fun night at the ballpark on August 4th!
Newark, DE - On July 17, 2017 ground was broken on the Newark Regional Transportation Center, a multimodal hub that will bring together Amtrak and SEPTA trains with DART and Cecil Transit buses.
A new bus maintenance facility, complete with modern equipment and a massive workspace to maintain MTA’s fleet, resulted in an increase in operations efficiency.
On May 30th, 16 of WRA’s volunteers, along with members of the Healthy Harbor Partnership and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, embarked on the Snow Goose with their oysters.
The 16th Transportation Research Board National Transportation Planning Applications Conference is being help from May 14 through May 18 in Raleigh, North Carolina. WRA is proud to ann
WRA has been named a winner of the Baltimore 2016 Top Workplaces Award by The Baltimore Sun!