Working on the Key Crossing Reliability Initiative was a memorable opportunity for EBA’s materials and laboratory testing team—a complex challenge that will make a lasting impact in Baltimore and surrounding areas. Learn more about this engineering feat from senior project manager Candace Rios.
Have your project budgets and schedules been derailed by change orders? Brett Deane offers 9 tips for reducing or eliminating unwanted change orders on construction projects.
Joe DeLuca explains why all water authorities should be using GIS to help meet lead service line identification requirements.
In EBA’s special blog for #GeoWeek2022, Stacey Smith, GISP, explains why cloud hosting is a great way for organizations to manage workloads, save money, and take more control over their enterprise GIS.
In our latest blog, Rizwan Siddiqi discusses a new microtunneling mega project in Lahore, Pakistan, that will be an environmental game changer for the city and its residents.
The 2022 annual Mid Atlantic Journal of Trenchless Technology has featured the story of EBA’s emergency engineering services to repair active water leaks on Baltimore’s busy Howard Street. Read how the leaks were identified and repaired quickly and effectively using trenchless technology, equipment, methods, and tunneling techniques!
When concrete fails, it is a dangerous and costly problem. Jason Kolenda explains why concrete durability testing should be required for bridge and other infrastructure projects.
It’s National Bike to Work Week! In honor of this annual celebration of non-motorized transportation, we look at some of the bike path projects offering safe commuting alternatives to bicyclists in the DC Metro area.