• MPR to Sponsor Two Workshops at OneMedForum SF 2011

    January 4, 2011

    Alexandria, VA. - MPR Associates ( is proud to announce their sponsorship of OneMedForum SF 2011 from Jan.11-13 in San Francisco, CA at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel. Read More

  • CH-IV International to Support U.S. LNG Export Project

    December 2, 2010

    Alexandria, VA. - CH-IV International, a joint venture affiliate of MPR Associates, recently announced that it will expand and continue its Owner's Engineering support for the Freeport LNG Expansion, L.P. (Freeport LNG Project) with Macquarie Energy. Jeffrey P. Beale, President of CH-IV made the official announcement on November 22, 2010. Read More

  • MPR to Participate in AdvaMed 2010's Entrepreneurship in the Medical Device Industry Boot Camp

    October 7, 2010

    Alexandria, VA - MPR Associates will be participating in the Entrepreneurship in the Medical Device Industry half-day boot camp for chief executive officers and general managers of pre-revenue start-up companies hosted by AdvaMed and MPR Product Development. The event will be held on Oct. 18 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Vernon Place NW, in Washington, D.C. Read More

  • Federal Services Wins $12 Million USACE Contract

    July 2010

    Alexandria, VA. - MPR Associates has been awarded a $12 million dollar contract by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to provide construction engineering services for various civil works, environmental, DOE and military projects assigned to the USACE. MPR's team members on this contract include Black & Veatch, Ben C. Gerwick, Inc., and Environmental Dimensions, Inc. Founded in 1915, Black & Veatch is one of the largest, most experienced engineering and architectural firms in the United States. Ben C. Gerwick is an internationally known consulting engineering firm that specializes in marine structures. Environmental Dimensions specializes in services for environmental investigation and remediation of sites contaminated with radioactive, hazardous, and mixed-waste materials. Read More

  • Bob Coward Speaks to Latest Challenges Affecting New Nuclear Plant Development

    July 2010

    Alexandria, VA. - In June 2010, Bob Coward, a Principal Officer of MPR Associates, gave a speech titled Competitiveness, Economic and Intangibles of New Nuclear Power Plants- An Implementation Perspective to a conference sponsored by the US Nuclear Infrastructure Council where he highlighted the rising total cost of new nuclear units to be the greatest challenge facing the new nuclear industry. Read More

  • MPR Acquires HUCKdesign LLC

    June 2010

    Alexandria, VA. - MPR announced the completion of its acquisition of HUCKdesign, LLC, an award winning industrial design firm. The new entity will now operate as HUCKdesign, A Service of MPR and will be positioned as MPR's in house industrial design service. This acquisition developed naturally out of the strategic alliance that MPR and HUCKdesign, LLC formed in 2008 to offer their clients a comprehensive and streamlined product development process. Together, MPR and HUCKdesign offer an integrated product development process that concurrently combines first-of-a-kind engineering with human factors-focused industrial design. Through concurrent engineering and industrial design, MPR is able to provide turnkey product development solutions to our clients allowing for rapid prototyping of new innovative products and technologies. This process has provided their clients with more than 100 new products and technologies. Read More

  • Brian Scrivens Joins MPR Product Development

    October 2009

    Alexandria, VA. - Brian Scrivens recently joined MPR in the Alexandria office, serving in MPR's Product Development business sector. Read More

  • MPR Principal Dr. Doug Chapin Contributes to National Research Council Report

    September 2009

    Alexandria, VA. - With a sustained national commitment, the United States could obtain substantial energy-efficiency improvements, new sources of energy, and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions through the accelerated deployment of existing and emerging energy technologies, according to America's Energy Future: Technology and Transformation. Read More