EBA Engineering Announces New Office Location in Washington, DC
EBA Engineering, Inc. (EBA) has officially opened a new office in the District of Columbia, the most recent expansion of EBA’s presence in the Mid-Atlantic region. Located at 3365B V Street NE, the new office will be a base for EBA’s many service offerings in the metro DC area, including construction management and inspection; materials testing; asset management; and geotechnical, civil, environmental, structural, transportation, water resources, and water systems engineering.
“We are excited to announce the opening of our new DC office, which is a logical outgrowth of our business to help us better serve our clients in the Washington, DC, area and expand all of EBA’s services into the nation’s capital,” said EBA President Rizwan Siddiqi, PE.
EBA has also established a new materials testing laboratory at the same location, now one of only two privately owned testing facilities in Washington, DC, accredited by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). EBA’s laboratory will support the increasing need for construction materials testing from the billions of dollars of new development projects planned in the area.
EBA’s ongoing projects in Washington, DC, include:
- Pre- and post-construction condition inspections and geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring services for DC Water’s Anacostia River Tunnel project.
- Construction management, inspection, and materials testing services for Phase 2 of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail project.
- Civil and geotechnical engineering services for DC Water’s Kennedy Street Green Infrastructure Streetscape project.
- Water systems engineering services for various projects through a Water and Sewer Basic Ordering Agreement with DC Water.
Earlier this year, EBA expanded its business presence into Pennsylvania with the acquisition of geospatial technology firm geographIT®. In addition to the new Washington, DC, office, EBA has offices in Baltimore (headquarters) and Laurel, Maryland; Lancaster, Pennsylvania; and Orange, Virginia.