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Since our founding in 1923, the RK&K team has satisfied both public and private sector clients by providing multi-discipline planning, engineering, environmental, and construction services. RK&K's technical expertise places us 93rd on the Engineering News Record's 2012 listing of the Top 500 Design Firms. Our award-winning and diversified staff is experienced in an array of planning and design disciplines. Every one of our nearly 875 team members understands what it takes to deliver success to our clients: Responsive People and Creative Solutions.


Cox Creek Dredge Material Containment Facility (DMCF), Anne Arundel County DPW

Anne Arundel County, MD

Reviewed construction plans and engineering reports to evaluate the cause of the excessive settlement and failure of the two spillway structures at the Cox Creek DMCF and provided recommendations to repair the facility, including geotechnical and environmental recommendations, final repair plans and monitored construction progress.

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August 2014, RK&K Tampa - Congrats to RK&K Florida on two recent wins with FDOT District 3 - design for SR 8 from East of County Road 189 to West of Yellow River, Okaloosa County and a PD&E Study for US 231, Bay County.

August 2014, RK&K King of Prussia - RK&K's SR 441 Relocation Project in Lancaster County, PA, recently held the project's groundbreaking ceremony. PennDOT officials were complimentary of RK&K's responsiveness to the challenges faced during the project's design.

August 2014, RK&K Raleigh - Congrats to the Raleigh office who was recently named by the Triangle Business Journal (TBJ) as one of the Best Places to work for 2014. Winners will be honored at a September awards event as TBJ presents the official rankings of the "Best Places to Work in the Triangle".

August 2014, RK&K Baltimore - RK&K's 2014 MTA Red Line High School Summer Internship Program recently wrapped up its 6-week run with a closing ceremony and cookout at the Baltimore Streetcar Museum. Six Edmondson-West Side HS students enjoyed practical field and office experiences exposing them to the planning and engineering fields.