Creating a Lasting, Positive Impact Thro...

Creating a lasting, positive impact is more than a mission statement for us, it’s at the very core of what we do at Draper Aden Associates. It’s always fulfilling to […]

May 24, 2018

DAA at Virginia Brownfields Conference

DAA will be at The Virginia Brownfields Conference this week sharing one of our favorite success stories! There will be a session in this year’s conference, held in Fredericksburg on March 15-16, that […]

March 14, 2017

2017 VA Economic Development Legislation

Keep up with all of 2017’s Legislation Concerning Economic Development Issues from the Virginia General Assembly. The following is a representative list of the major pieces of legislation dealing with environmental […]

March 1, 2017

Pulaski Brownfields: A Success Story

The Pulaski Brownfields project is one of our favorite examples of leaving a “Lasting Positive Impact”. Beginning in 2008, this project has brought about an exciting rejuvenation for the community. […]

December 19, 2016

Alpha-to-Omega Service

“Draper Aden Associates has provided engineering and environmental services for industrial sites for many years, but now we’re crafting a strategy for a holistic, Alpha-to-Omega service for our clients trying […]

March 11, 2016

Innovative Engineering with an Impact

These days DAA is making the news all over Virginia. Most notably was this past Monday when we were featured in the November issue of Valley Business FRONT in the […]

November 4, 2015

Short Pump Cabela’s Construction O...

Set to open in March 2016, central Virginia’s first Cabela’s construction is on target.  Located in the West Broad Marketplace shopping center in Short Pump, the outfitter superstore will feature […]

August 27, 2015

Lynchburg Wins 2015 EPA Brownfields Asse...

On May 28, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced 147 recipients of over $5.3 million in FY15 brownfields assessment and cleanup grants. Only one North Carolina and four Virginia localities […]

June 17, 2015

From Brown to Green: Pulaski’s Brownfi...

This past month, The Washington Post ran an article on Pulaski County, Virginia, asking “Can rural America be saved?” In it, Libby Sander profiles John White, Economic Development Director, of […]

April 9, 2015