Our professionals serve clients in the disciplines of civil engineering, construction management and inspection, traffic and transportation design, water and wastewater systems, environmental engineering, water resources, and landscape architecture.
Frequently Asked Questions
While we are always happy to answer questions from our clients and stakeholders, we’ve assembled a few of the more common queries to help you get acquainted with us. If you have further questions, we encourage you to contact us at AMT1@AMTINC.COM or 800-881-2545.
Our clients represent all levels of government as well as private corporate entities.
Please visit our careers page for more information and to see what positions are available.
We have projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern United States. We currently work out of 23 offices in Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. We also do work in other states and abroad through federal contracts. Check out our contact us page for more information.
AMT is a mid-sized firm, between 200 and 600 employees, and the company ranks at 227 on Engineering News Record’s Top 500 Firms list. It is also listed on ZweigGroup’s Hot Firms and Best Firms to Work For lists.
Please send teaming requests to Brian Lowe, Director of Business Development firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-881-2545.
The culture here is reflected in our business casual dress code. We are comfortable, but we get a lot of good work done. At AMT, Friday’s breakfast is on the company and there are plenty of opportunities to interact with your peers on a social basis—from the charity golf tournament to the bowling night and annual clay skeet shoot, there is something that fits your style. AMT is currently ranked on ZweigGroup’s Best Engineering Firms to Work For list and on the Washington Post list.
We work on projects up to $1 billion.
Our work is done mostly outside the building. We bring utilities to the structure, but do not offer MEP services inside the structure.