McMullan & Associates Awarded New GSA IDIQ Contract


McMullan has been awarded a new GSA IDIQ Contract for the Nationwide A/E Structural & Seismic/Blast Engineering Services. Services include Structural Engineering, Project Management, Seismic/Blast/Geotechnical Engineering, and Architecture/Other Engineering Services, as needed. Projects include Emergency Response for Structural Failures, Facility Assessments, Renovations, Historic Preservations, Building Additions, and New Construction. To learn more, email McMullan Principal Douglas Bond, PE, SE at

Washington Union Station Main Hall Restoration Winner of 2017 DC Historic Preservation Award


On May 23, the District of Columbia Office of Planning/Historic Preservation Office held its annual Awards for Excellence in Historic Preservation, naming the Washington Union Station Main Hall Restoration project the winner of its “State Historic Preservation Officer’s Award.”

In addition to recognizing McMullan & Associates, the award also cited the Union Station Redevelopment CorporationJones Lang LaSalle, Americas; and John Bowie Associates (historic architect). To learn more about this important initiative, please watch this video(Photo and video courtesy of the DC Preservation League)

Smithsonian National Zoo GBS Stabilization Winner of 2017 Exposing Excellence in Concrete Award by NCC ACI

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In May 2017, the National Capital Chapter of the American Concrete Institute (NCC ACI) has named the Smithsonian National Zoo – General Services Building Stabilization project as one of their 2017 “Exposing Excellence in Concrete” award winners. It was further commended by the NCC ACI that receiving one of this year’s awards was an accomplishment in light of their having received a total of 19 different project entries competing for recognition.

McMullan Receives Certificate of Appreciation from National Park Service for Burnside Bridge Restoration

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In May 2017, McMullan & Associations, Inc. received a formal “Certificate of Appreciation” from the National Park Service (NPS) in recognition of our “exceptional support for the restoration of the historic Burnside Bridge, preserving this national treasure for present day and future generations.” The certificate was signed by NPS Superintendent Susan Trail.

McMullan worked with the National Park Service to faithfully restore one of the most well-known Civil War bridges to its original condition, which had suffered from stone fallout and water damage. The beautifully proportioned 192-foot bridge runs over the Antietam Creek in Sharpsburg, MD, and is part of the Antietam National Battlefield Park. In September 1862, this park was the battleground where nearly five thousand Americans lost their lives.