The Reinforced Earth Company Corporate Office
The Reinforced Earth Company’s corporate office in Sterling, Virginia is located in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. In addition to corporate departments, our headquarters provides engineering for our Northeast Division, which consists of four regions divided to maximize our client care. Our sales representatives for two of the regions are based in this office.
45610 Woodland Road, Suite 200
Sterling, Virginia 20166
More About Our Headquarters:
The office is 10 minutes from Dulles International Airport and the Dulles Toll Road, allowing for easy travel to and from the area.
Our corporate office has provided engineering services and support for the entire country, and has been especially active in our Mid-Atlantic and Central Northeast regions. Our work on the Springfield Interchange and Capital Beltway HOT Lanes have helped to alleviate traffic in Northern Virginia.
The Transform 66 project is another record-breaker for RECo that we are proud to be involved in. It will expand the original I-66 corridor that we helped engineer in the 1970’s.
In New Jersey, you’ll find one of our most prominent arch bridge structures, George Street Bridge near Rutgers University. Many of our solutions involving high settlement are located in the coastal areas of the state.
Pennsylvania is known as one of the states in the nation with the most bridges, and we are continually providing solutions for upgrades to deficient and obsolete structures, new bridge abutments, and arch bridges.
In Charlotte, North Carolina, our MSE walls can be seen supporting tracks and bridges for the Lynx Blue Line commuter rail system.
Meet your Managers:
Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager (Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington DC, West Virginia)
A Pitt grad, Joe Harris moved to Virginia and began with RECo in 2001. Working as a project manager, he gained expertise on jobs around the region, including our local mega projects. Joe earned an MBA from Old Dominion University before taking on the Mid-Atlantic Region sales role in 2014. What keeps him going at work every day is his desire to:
“…provide transportation solutions and build strong relationships with owners, contractors, and engineers.”
Joe often takes advantage of the easy trip to the beaches between Delaware and North Carolina, as well as to the mountains of Virginia and North Carolina. There, you can find him on the golf course or out fishing.
Mike Sison, P.E.
Central Northeast Regional Manager (Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania)
Mike Sison is a Maryland Terrapin who has lived in the D.C. area since he was three years old. After a background in geotechnical consulting, he came to RECo as an engineer in 2008, honing his skills on projects across New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Among other things, he quickly became a go-to engineer for many of the complex precast traffic barrier projects that are often implemented in those states.
Mike enjoys “…engaging with different groups of people – contractors, suppliers, owners, consultants, and most of all the internal interaction within the different RECo departments.”
Mike is into fitness and exploring the D.C. metro area. You might run into him at National Harbor, the D.C. museums, Nationals Park, or in one of the area’s many restaurant districts.
Sherif Aziz, P.E.
Northeast Division Manager
Since coming to RECo in 1993, Sherif has been continually building and maintaining relationships with owners, consultants, and contractors. He earned a Civil Engineering degree from Cairo University in Egypt, then later a Masters in both Structural Engineering and Engineering Administration from George Washington University in D.C. Sherif became a P.E. in ten states and has worked on many of RECo’s prominent projects throughout the country. In 2004 he became a Regional Manager on the east coast, and later, Division Manager in which he oversees our four regions in the northeastern part of the U.S. Sherif has a passion for “…serving the civil engineering field and contributing in the construction of a new and solid infrastructure.”
Sherif is multilingual and enjoys learning. He takes every opportunity to travel and experience cities, especially those in his division. Some of his favorites are New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Detroit, and Cincinnati.