EBA Engineering History Timeline

2016

Continuing to Grow

EBA acquires geographIT and establishes geospatial technologies and asset management department.

Bruce Stauffer joins EBA as vice president.

EBA opens Lancaster, PA, office.

EBA opens Washington, DC, office.

EBA moves headquarters to Laurel, Maryland.

2015

Leadership Transition

Rizwan Siddiqi and Harish Patel assume the positions of president and executive vice president, respectively, of EBA Engineering, Inc., on January 1, 2015.

2011

Acquired KPA

EBA acquires Kennedy, Porter and Associates, Inc.

2007

A New Office

EBA’s Laurel, MD, office opens.

 

2006

A New Department

EBA starts the water/wastewater department – now called water systems engineering.

EBA’s Orange, VA, office opens.

 

2000- 2005

Expanding Leadership

Amar Sokhey joins EBA as vice president (2002).

Dale Coppage joins EBA as vice president (2005).

 

 

1997

Another EBA Expansion of Services

EBA adds environmental engineering services to its service offerings.

Rizwan Siddiqi joins EBA.

1989–
1990

Key Personnel Changes

Nanda Sen becomes president; Kunal Gangopadhyay becomes executive vice president, secretary, and treasurer.

Harish Patel joins EBA (1989).

Jairo Palomino joins EBA (1990).

1983

Expansion of Services

1981–
1982

EBA Engineering is Born!

EBA Engineering, Inc. purchases the Ewell, Bomhardt, and Associates interest from Lyon Associates.

EBA becomes an MBE firm (1982).

Founding principals Hector Vinas (President), Nanda Sen (Executive Vice President), Kunal Gangopadhyay, Bharat Bhatt, Bob Sebastian, and Bill Kotis establish EBA Engineering, Inc.

EBA offers geotechnical engineering, construction inspection and testing, and surveying services.

EBA employs 26 people.

1976

Time to Sell

Dr. Ewell sells the company to Lyon Associates.

1975–
1979

A Growth Spurt

The company expands its primary services to include civil engineering, structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, and materials testing. Primary clients remain in the public sector, and personnel count grows to 300.

1973–
1974

Offering New Services

The company boasts a materials testing laboratory and geotechnical engineering services.

1952–
1969

The Early Years

The company primarily offers full-service civil and structural engineering services; primary clients are in the public sector. Staffing increases from 3 to 100 and construction inspection and surveying are added to service offerings (1969).

1952

The Founders

Dr. W. Worthington Ewell and Henry C. Bomhardt found Ewell, Bomhardt, and Associates, predecessor to EBA Engineering, Inc.

EBA Engineering History Timeline