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NEWS
Wagman Receives Two DBIA Regional Awards
October 23, 2019


DBIA Awards – Route 7 Team: Pictured left to right, Mary Anderson, President, DBIA-MAR; Arif Rahman, VDOT; James Guinther, Whitman, Requardt & Associates; Dale Pasley, Portico; Greg Andricos, Wagman; Darrell Fischer, RDA; Tim Freeland, RDA; Dave Leber, Wagman; Vince Yuskoski, Wagman; Jerry Whitlock, Wagman.
Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. accepted two awards at the 2019 Design-Build Institute of America Mid-Atlantic Region Awards Night (DBIA-MAR) on Tuesday, October 8, 2019, held in Springfield, Va. The awards honor projects that demonstrate effective schedule and cost performance and exemplify effective processes, teamwork, problem-solving and excellence in design, in addition to demonstrating advanced and innovated project delivery, including design-build best practices.

The Maryland 404 project received the 2019 DBIA-MAR Honor Award. This $105 million design-build project for Maryland State Highway Administration consisted of the design and construction of MD 404 from a two to four lane divided highway from US 50 to east of Holly Road. Wagman formed a joint venture (404 Corridor Safety Constructors) with David A. Bramble, Inc. and Allan Myers, Inc. to design and construct the nine-mile highway. Wagman served as the managing partner. Project design partners included Wallace, Montgomery & Associates, Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, and RK&K with Century Engineering for Independent Design Quality Assurance.

The Route 7 Widening and Bridge Rehabilitation project received the 2019 DBIA-MAR Merit Award. This $41 million project for the Virginia Department of Transportation reconstructed and widened the structurally deficient Route 7 bridge over Dulles Toll Road and the Airport Access Highway from four lanes to six lanes, and added a 10-foot-wide shared-use path for pedestrians and bikes.


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