WBCM’s Jesse Lindsay, Senior VP of the Marine-Industrial Division joined PhilaPort and Glovis America, Inc. in celebrating the official opening of the Southport Auto Terminal and Vehicle Processing Center. Governor Tom Wolf along with PhilaPort and the facilities operator Glovis America’s CEO cut the ribbon marking completion of construction and the opening of the state-of-the-art VPC. WBCM provided extensive engineering, permitting, and construction-related services on this project. Congratulations on this endeavor!
WBCM was honored to receive The Daily Record Excellence in Construction Award at the Awards Celebration Dinner in November The Daily Record editors selected winners based on professional success in the region and those taking the lead in changing Maryland’s landscape through design, construction, project management, innovation and more.
WBCM employees enjoyed the annual picnic early September, filled with food, yard games, family fun and celebrating the end of summer with friends. Thanks to everyone who came out and celebrated with us.
As members of the Stormwater Best Management Practices Maintenance Task Committee of the Water Supply, Wastewater, and Stormwater Council of EWRI ASCE, WBCM’s Blaine Linkous, PE, PH, LEED AP, and Jessica Krueger, PE were heavily involved in the writing and publication of the new ASCE book Inspection and Maintenance of Stormwater Control Measures. The publication process spanned several years and required extensive group collaboration to complete.