Worthington Square

Located in the Villages of Urbana, Worthington Square was once a forgotten site with three vacant structures that were occupied with local businesses up until the 1990’s. A school house was once situated on the Western side of the property where now a small commercial pad site is proposed. Redevelopment of the site recommended a... Read More

Thomas Cannery

Thomas Cannery typifies the light American industrial architecture of the early twentieth century. Built between 1917 and 1918, these buildings were once the largest and first vegetable canneries in Montgomery county continuing to provide employment until the 1960s. At it’s peak, the cannery was the primary employer in Gaithersburg, providing regular full and part-time employment... Read More

The Flats and The Darcy

Rodgers Consulting, Inc. utilized its urban infill experience to help create a true mixed-use development along a highly visible corner in downtown Bethesda. The Flats and The Darcy (formerly The Lot 31 Project) is a unique public/private partnership beset with many challenges, which emerged as a highly regarded project that provides increased public parking, enhanced... Read More


Bancroft is a rural neighborhood located approximately 15 miles north of Washington, DC. Rodgers Consulting’s environmental plan included preserving 70 percent open space, large forested areas and maintaining wildlife corridors. Stream valley buffers were expanded and sight vistas were preserved as well. Other green strategies included, home sitings with back and front open space views,... Read More