As the decade opened and circumstances demanded it, Erdman Anthony pivoted seamlessly to the option of a robust remote-work model. Our projects continued to benefit communities and earn numerous accolades. The Singer Island, Yacht Harbor Manor Neighborhood Improvements in Riviera Beach, Florida, helped this community cope with sea-level rise, including improved drainage, replacing sewer pipes, and full reconstruction of the neighborhood’s pavement with a profile grade line design and valley gutters. In Pennsylvania, the I-83 Exit 4 Diverging Diamond Interchange in Shrewsbury reduced traffic congestion and increased safety.
The I-390 Interchange Improvements at I-490, Phases 3 & 4 project in Rochester, New York, transformed the interchange and won Project of the Year from both the Genesee Valley Branch and the New York branch of APWA. The John James Audubon Parkway Bridge — Superstructure Replacement and Roundabout in Amherst, New York, repurposed a bridge for pedestrians and bicyclists and moved traffic more safely and efficiently. We provided energy analysis and commissioning services for a new four-story net-zero energy-ready residence hall at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica, New York.
In 2021, Erdman Anthony acquired Virginia-based Dwyer Engineering and its talented team, enhancing our position as a leader in food market MEPR services. Our firm now has 250 professionals, a greater geographic reach, and more resources due to the addition of offices in Leesburg, Virginia, and Columbia, Maryland.