Eight is great! The Baltimore Business Journal (BBJ) has named Wallace Montgomery as the eighth top engineering firm in the Baltimore area. WM is proud to be included in the BBJ’s Book of Lists for 2017-2018. We’re grateful for the hard work and creativity of our team, and looking forward to a new year full […]
The best part of any design-build contract is the ribbon cutting — and the MD 404 Dualization Project was no exception. After a long, complicated design process, and hours upon hours of careful coordination with contractors, utility vendors, and our clients, WM was thrilled to join Governor Larry Hogan for the ribbon cutting ceremony. This project […]
Salar Siabil of Wallace Montgomery co-author’s paper entitled “Assessing the Effect of Considering Multiple Data Properties on Detecting Potential Errors in Pavement Condition Data.” This paper assesses the effect of considering multiple properties of pavement condition data on detection of potential errors. These properties are the time series trend for each condition indicator, variability within […]
Wallace Montgomery is pleased to support the Louisiana Flood Victims. Along with many other folks in the engineering community, our employees came together to collect items to fill a total of 38 boxes to send to the United Way of Southeast Louisiana. This will go a long way to help a lot of folks. We were also […]
Wallace Montgomery goes ORANGE in support of National Work Zone Awareness Week. April 13, 2016 is National Go Orange Day in honor of roadway workers. Employees of WM wore orange to support all those who work in the roadways daily (including our own employees). This year’s theme is “Don’t Be That Driver.”
Will Fiorillo, PE approved by the Design-Build Certification Board. Will completed all of the requirements of the certification program and has attained DBIA status from the Design-Build Institute of America.
Wallace Montgomery is proud to be the lead engineer on the Frederick Douglass Square project. A Son of Maryland, Frederick Douglass has come to represent America’s quest for freedom, liberty and the rights of all people in a democracy. The University of Maryland created Frederick Douglass Square to teach what Douglass accomplished as well as what […]