• Member News - November 2015

  • Dewberry Completes Route 27/244 Interchange Project

    Construction is complete on the Route 27/244 Interchange Modification Project in Arlington County, Va., including complete replacement of the bridge structure. Dewberry provided surveying and full engineering design for the project, serving as the engineer of record for the Shirley Contracting Company LLC design-build team for the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT). 

    The original single-span concrete arch bridge was constructed in 1942 as part of the Pentagon Roadway Network. Located on Washington Boulevard (Route 27) where it crosses over Columbia Pike (Route 244), the structure was replaced with two side-by-side bridges, four 12-foot travel lanes, an auxiliary lane between ramps, improved shoulders, and an open area separating the westbound and eastbound lanes.

  • Hankins & Anderson Named #1 Training Firm in Metro-Richmond Area

    The Richmond Times-Dispatch named Hankins & Anderson the #1 company in Richmond for training. H&A also ranked as the #6 overall Top Workplace in the mid-size company category. 

    Training and career development are an important part of the H&A culture and everyone participates in delivering training as well as receiving it. In addition to keeping up with industry trends and new software, H&A offers a number of innovative programs. For example, the H&A “More Business Acumen” (MBA) Program covers such topics as strategic leadership, human resources, marketing, accounting, information technology, ethics, operations, project management, and risk management.

  • Wiley|Wilson Celebrated Employee-Ownership Month

    Wiley|Wilson, a 100-percent employee-owned company, is pleased to celebrate Employee-Ownership Month this October, along with thousands of other Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) companies across the country. The firm’s ESOP Communications Committee planned activities throughout October in all of its offices to highlight various aspects of employee-ownership and the company’s ESOP.

    “This year marks our fifteenth year as an employee-owned company and we are proud of the ownership culture that we have created and continue to promote,” said Fred Armstrong, PE, Wiley|Wilson Chairman and CEO. “Our company core values go hand in hand with the ownership concept and by embracing them both, employee-owners are creating a workplace that is enjoyable, respectful, and successful.”