Recent News

ALA is beginning work on the design of 9 green alley sites for DDOT. The City currently has 12 green alleys. The District’s Green Alley Projects are designed to reduce the quantity and improve the quality of storm water within the city’s right-of-way. This project supports The “Sustainable DC Plan,” adopted in 2013, which sets…read more »

ALA is part of the recently selected winning Design-Build team to Rehabilitate 11 Bridges on US 13 (Salisbury Bypass) for the Maryland State Highway Administration. The bridges, originally constructed in 1970, are structurally safe but showing signs of deterioration. Rehabilitating the bridges now will reduce future maintenance costs and support safety and mobility as part…read more »

ALA will soon begin work on structural design services for the City of Baltimore’s Central Avenue Streetscape and Harbor Point Connector Bridge as part of the City’s first Design-Build project. In addition to providing continued streetscaping along Central Avenue and the design and construction of the Harbor Point Connector Bridge, this project also supports a…read more »

ALA is part of the recently selected winning team to provide MWAA with roadway repair and rehabilitation services associated with Washington Dulles International Airport, including the Dulles Toll Road and Dulles Access Road, and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, including upgrades to the airport’s access roadways.

Construction is now complete on VDOT’s new Seminary Road Bridge over I-395 which was designed by ALA to help ease traffic congestion associated with the nearby Mark Center. Project challenges included staging construction to minimize disruption to traffic on I-395