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SK&A's "Legs of Steel" team participated in the 10th Annual American Odyssey Relay, a 200-mile race from Gettysburg, PA to the Southwest Waterfront in Washington, DC. 

Check out photos from this year's CANstructionDC competition, held at the National Building Museum, including the SK&A Team's sculpture, Toco TouCAN!

SK&A team members, Scott Stewart, PE, Principal, and Seth Rogge, PE, Associate recently participated in the 3rd Annual Chuck Means Invitational Golf Tournament

Located along the Washignton Channel, the Wharf's $2.5 billion Southwest waterfront development celebrated the opening of its first phase to the public.

It was a beautiful day for a Topping Out Party for the new Plaza West apartment building at 4th and K Street, NW.

SK&A staff, Scott Stewart and James Grant conducted a presentation and tour for SteelDay 2017.  The presentation and tour focused on the structural design of DC Water's new Headquarte

SK&A team members participated in the 9th Annual American Odyssey Relay, a 200-mile race from Gettysburg, PA to the Southwest Waterfront in Washington, DC. 

For the first time, SK&A participated in Gingertown DC, an event coordinated by David M.

The Reston Station mixed-use complex near the Wiehle-Reston East Metro stop on the Silver Line includes luxury, multi-family structures in addition to retail spaces and parking.

On Saturday April 30, 2016, SK&A Assistant Project Manager David Pirnia and Structural Engineer Sikandar Porter-Gill assisted the Structural Engineers Association of Metropolitan Washington (SEA-MW) with the Rebuilding Together initiative, to perform repairs on a home in Alexandria, VA. 

From Friday, April 29, 2016 to Saturday, April 30, 2016, SK&A team members participated in the American Odyssey Relay, a 200-mile race starting in the Civil War battlefields of Gettysburg, PA and ending at the Southwest Waterfront in Washington, DC. 

SKA DC Structural Engineer II, Maurice O’Connor participated as a judge for the Student Steel Bridge Competition held at The George Washington University (GWU) on Friday, April 1st, 2016. 

Our original sailboat design for Canstruction 2015 was certainly a sight to behold!

The master plan for the high-profile development integrates residential, office, retail, hotel, and cultural facilities with numerous public spaces, including a three-acre waterfront park, along 27 acres of land overlooking the Potomac River.

The Turkish American Community Center (TACC) is located on a 15-acre campus with multiple buildings positioned around a centrally-located Mosque with dual 210-foot tall Minarets (towers), an Ablution area, and two separate fountains.