About RK&K

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.


Intercounty Connector (ICC), Montgomery & Prince George's Counties, MD

  • Wetland Project, NW128 - MD Quality Initiative (MDQI); ICC Corridor Partners
  • Presidents Award – AASHTO; ICC Project Team/SHA
  • Region's Best Transportation Project, Contract A – ENR; Intercounty Constructors (IC) Design Builder
  • Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award – WTS; ICC Project Team/SHA/MDTA
  • Transportation Hero Award - Suburban MD Transportation Alliance (SMTA); ICC Project Team/SHA
  • Top 10 Road Project - Roads & Bridges; ICC Project Team/SHA
  • Quality Pavement Award, New Construction - MD Asphalt Association; ICC Project Team/SHA

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October 2014 - RK&K Baltimore: RK&K archaeologists clear a Cecil County, MD site prior to MD State Highway Administration's Roundabout Projects planned for the area - http://www.cecildaily.com/news/local_news/article_99d69066-d43a-5376-a036-a4b2bac13436.html

October 2014 - RK&K Washington, D.C.: RK&K staff joined political representatives and others at the recent and poignant dedication of the Americans Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial on D.C.'s National Mall. A "last minute" appearance by President Obama added excitement to an already moving tribute. RK&K was the project's civil/site/utility engineer.

October 2014 - RK&K Richmond: RK&K received an award from Chesterfield County for "Outstanding Achievement in Obtaining Prompt Approvals of Plats and Plans". Thank you Chesterfield County!

October 2014 - RK&K Raleigh: Raleigh office staff and family members recently participated in the Raleigh "Adopt-a-Stream Program". Volunteers cleaned tributaries and identified potential location of point source pollution in this worthwhile effort.