Construction Management, Engineering and Inspection and Design-Build practices
May 20, 2013 - AMT is pleased to announce that Michael R. Davis, P.E., CCM has joined its Suffolk office. He joins the firm as an associate to support its Construction Management, Engineering and Inspection and Design-Build practices....
Water Resources Professional joins AMT's Delaware Team
May 2, 2013 - AMT is pleased to announce that Larry Trout, P.E., has joined the firm as an Associate in its Newark, Delaware office. He brings nearly 19 years of experience as a regional expert...
AMT Ranked Top Engineering Firm by Engineering News Record
May 1, 2013 - The leading engineering news source, Engineering News Record, has ranked AMT at...
Permeable Parking Lot wins Watershed Excellence Award
Richmond, VA. - AMT is honored to have received the 2013 Dave Pearson Watershed Excellence Award from the Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association, with the Town of Ashland, for the design of a municipal parking lot retrofit.
AMT Ranks 63 on Zweig Letter Hot Firms List
Rockville, Md. - AMT is pleased to announce that The Zweig Letter has ranked the firm 63 on its annual Hot Firm List.
AMT's Raleigh office moves to accommodate growth
"Our new office will provide us the added space that will allow us to continue to efficiently serve our clients while we expand our practice in North Carolina," said AMT's President, Mike Wiercinski, P.E.
Wagner joins AMT's transportation engineering practice.
Rockville, Md.- AMT is pleased to announce that Frederick J. Wagner, P.E., has joined the company as a senior associate based in its Baltimore office with a focus on regional expansion.
Governor Markell Cuts Ribbon on New AMT Office in Newark Delaware
Newark, Delaware - Delaware Governor Jack Markell and the Director of the Delaware Economic Development Office Alan Levin held a ribbon cutting at the Newark, Delaware office of A. Morton Thomas and Associates. The office will initially provide construction inspection and management services to the Delaware Department of Transportation and is expected to quickly expand to offer other engineering-related services.
CE News "2010 Best Civil Engineering Firms To Work For"
A. Morton Thomas and Associates, Inc. is please to announce that we have been listed again as a CE News 2010 Top 40 Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work for. An annual highlight for our staff and many firms nationwide, this ranking program has become a significant recruiting and retention mechanism during its ten-year history.
CE News "2009 Best Civil Engineering Firms To Work For"
With great pleasure and pride, A. Morton Thomas and Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that we have been listed as a CE News 2009 Top 40 Best Civil Engineering Firms To Work For. An annual highlight for our staff and many firms nationwide, this ranking program has become a significant recruiting and retention mechanism during its nine-year history. And now, more than in most years, it's refreshing to hear that we are doing right by our staff, even in an uncertain economic environment.
A. Morton Thomas and Associates, Inc. along with the Virginia Department of Transportation Staunton District wins the 2010 ACEC VA Engineering Excellence Award, Category C, Transportation.
The two-mile long project includes additional travel lanes, including turn lanes and a grass median and serves as the gateway to the Massanutten resort and residential area. Besides enhancing access to the Massanutten area the new roadway provides increased overall safety to travelers by improving driver visibility through the reduction of curves and hills. It was completed on time and under budget.
ENR Top 500 Firm
I am proud to announce that AMT has reached another great milestone - the addition of the firm to the ENR 500 list (top 500 firms in the nation)!
AMT's success would not be possible without the dedication and innovation of our employees, and I would like to personally congratulate each and every one of you on this achievement. We continue to exceed our goals year after year because of all of your hard work and commitment to project excellence.
You can read about this accomplishment in "The Top 500 Design Firms" article in the April 21st issue of ENR Magazine.
Michael J. Wiercinski, P.E., President and Chief Executive Officer
MD ROUTE 4.
AMT's MD Route 4 (Pennsylvania Avenue) project has been rated as the third top transportation project in Maryland by the Washington Post! The project is described as solving the severe traffic congestion that occurs during peak hours, which will increase with planned development in the area. The Post states that the project is designed to relieve congestion and accommodate development.
AMT scored high with the Construction Quality Improvement Program (CQIP), which is a VDOT standard of measuring projects. Projects must receive a score of 92 or higher. AMT received ratings of 96.8 on the NOVA Project and 96.7 on the Bridge Project in the Bristol District.
2008 VDOT INSPECTOR'S CONFERENCE
Murphy Tuomey was one of two consultants who were featured speakers at The NOVA District Annual Inspectors Conference in Manassas, VA on March 30th. Murphy’s safety topic was "Internal Traffic Control Plans", the same topic of our CI newsletter for December 2007. There were about 120 VDOT employees in the audience. Murphy also gave the welcoming address at the Richmond District Annual Inspectors Conference on February 5th and 6th in Richmond. Her topic there was the different roles of Consultant vs. VDOT inspectors. Ninety-five VDOT and consultant inspectors, and other personnel attended the two-day conference including AMT representatives Jim Bryant, Preston Breeding, Bonnie Maiden and Mike Gray.
RECENT CONTRACT AWARDS
On-Call Environmental Monitoring Contract with SHA's Environmental Programs Division worth $2 million in fees. This contract has in the past included projects such as the MD 5/Hughesville Bypass Environmental Monitoring and On-Site Environmental Compliance Review for the Environmental Programs Division.
Field Engineering Services for 401M St. Waterfront Phase 2 in Washington, DC for Clark Construction.
Baltimore City Community College - surveying services and utility locating services.
Construction phase services at Lake Barton for Fairfax County.
FBI Ammo Storage Warehouse Support Facility in Quantico, Virginia.
SUE services at the Dulles Greenway North Area Roadway Ramp E Connector.
Engineering and surveying services in support of the 902nd Military Intel Design-Build project with Coakley Williams.
AMT has also received its Year 2 Renewal of the On-Call Engineering and Surveying Contract with the DC Department of Transportation. This contract is worth $1 Million in fees per year and has generated projects such as Minnesota Avenue and the Survey of Reservation 13.
The German School of Washington in Washington, DC.
AMT has also received a PG County Construction Inspection Contract Renewal, the PG County Water Resources Engineering Contract Renewal, and the PG County On-Call Surveying Contract Renewal. Each of these contracts has an upset limit of $5 million.
The upset limit for the new On-Call Traffic Counts Contract for SHA has increased from $3 million to $5 million.
WOODDROW WILSON BRIDGE DEDICATION
On May 15, 2008, AMT staff attended the dedication ceremony of the Second New Woodrow Wilson Bridge. Many thanks to those who have made this project such an outstanding success!
BRING YOUR CHILD TO WORK DAY
Bring your Child to Work Day was held on April 24th at the Rockville office. Everyone enjoyed the day and we are looking forward to next year!