“Where commitment counts”—EBA’s corporate motto—is based on our commitment to giving our clients an exceptional, client-centered experience that delivers results. EBA and our personnel have received several awards for excellence and innovation in our work.
2018: Associate Society Council of the Engineering Society of Baltimore's 2018 Project of the Year Award for the Annapolis City Dock Bulkhead Replacement, Phase 2 project.
2017: Esri Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) award presented to the City of Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management for its real-time situational awareness portal project, developed collaboratively with geographIT, a division of EBA.
2017: American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Maryland's 2017 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (Small Project) Award for Annapolis City Dock Bulkhead Replacement, Phase 2.
2017: Outstanding Project Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies Maryland (ACEC/MD) 2017 Engineering Excellence Awards competition for Annapolis City Dock Bulkhead Replacement, Phase 2.
2015: American Council of Engineering Companies of Maryland’s Outstanding Project of the Year for Elmer A. Henderson: A Johns Hopkins Partnership School.
2015: Pennsylvania Environmental Council’s Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence awarded to City of Philadelphia Water Department for Delaware Valley Early Warning System - Tidal Spill Trajectory Tool, developed jointly by geographIT (sub) and the prime consultant.
2014: International Parking Institute’s Award of Merit for the University of Maryland’s Pratt Street Garage.
2013: Esri International User Conference’s Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award presented to the Philadelphia Police Department Mapping and Analysis Unit, including Andrew Smart, geographIT's consultant to the police department.
2012: Associated General Contractors of Metropolitan Washington presented EBA with the Washington Contractor Award for our participation on the Intercounty Connector Contract C, MD 200 from US 29 to I-95 project.
2012: PA GIS Conference’s Geospatial Excellence Award for the GIS-LiDAR Based Delineation of Water Impoundment Areas in Greene County, PA.
2011: Maryland Society of Professional Engineers’ Engineering Firm of the Year.
2011: Maryland State Highway Administration’s AASHTO President's Award for Highways for the Intercounty Connector Contract C, MD 200 from US 29 to I-95.
2011: County Engineers Association of Maryland’s Award of Merit (Mid-Size Project) for Andrews Air Force Base Gateway Beautification/Suitland Road Gateway.
2011: PA GIS Conference’s Geospatial Excellence Award for geographIT’s Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) for Wireless Broadband Internet Mapping in Pennsylvania.
2010-2011: Technology Solutions Award presented to City of Philadelphia Streets Department by the Public Technology Institute for a mobile asset management solution to inventory traffic light infrastructure and LED blubs, which was developed by geographIT.
2008: Maryland American Society of Civil Engineers’ Outstanding Small Project Award for Annapolis City Dock Bulkhead and Boardwalk Replacement.
2008: Preservation Pennsylvania’s Initiative Award for Communication for geographIT’s design and implementation of Project Keystone's user-friendly web GIS application to learn about historic stone arch bridges in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
2008: Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and National Resource’s Innovation Award for geographIT’s innovative use of PAMAP LiDAR and digital ortho-photo imagery in its custom web service application, Slope On Demand™.
2005: American Council of Engineering Companies of Maryland honor award for City of Baltimore’s Charles Street Streetscape, from Saratoga Street to Centre Street.
2003: Maryland Society of Professional Engineers’ Outstanding Project Award for Western Maryland Rail Trail.
2003: American Public Works Association’s Historical Restoration/Preservation <$2 million award for the Rehabilitation of Bridge 37-Forge Hill Rd over Deer Creek.
2001: PA GIS Conference awarded the Pennsylvania Award for Excellence to Bruce Stauffer, current EBA and former geographIT vice president, “…for his visionary application of Geospatial Technology serving the citizens of Pennsylvania.”
*geographIT, also known as Advanced Technology Solutions, became a division of EBA Engineering, Inc. as of January 1, 2016.