Robert K. Wormald, Jr.
Managing Partner, Pictured Right
Robert is an Owner/Managing Partner in The Wormald Companies overseeing all aspects of the Wormald organization.
He has over 30 years experience in the building industry, beginning in 1982 after graduating from Dickinson College.
Robert's particular focus day to day is on the land development and residential construction operations of the Wormald Group
He is two-time Vice President of the Frederick County Builders Association and a member of the National Association of Home Builders Builder 20 Club.
has worked on several Habitat for Humanity homes and Christmas in April projects.
holds homebuilder licenses in Maryland, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania and holds his
Maryland Home Improvement Contractors license.
He also serves on the board of directors for two homeowners associations.
A widely respected coach of boys' soccer in the Frederick area, Robert lives with his
wife and three children in Ijamsville, Maryland.
Robert K. Wormald
A leading visionary in the building industry, Bob
has amassed a career of over 50 years of design and construction innovation and excellence.
Bob served as a first lieutenant in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a structural engineer during the Korean War.
After heading up the Design Department at Carl Freeman, he started Robert K. Wormald, Inc., in 1964 in Potomac, Maryland.
milestones, Bob Wormald
is credited with designing and developing the first Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) of the region.
He is a registered civil engineer and land surveyor and has particular expertise in land planning and building design.
Bob has been active in regional planning with the Urban Land Institute, in the promotion of better land planning with the National Association of Home Builders, and at the state level has helped draft new legislation for building code reform.
He currently serves on the board of directors of the Central Union Mission, Washington, DC's oldest homeless shelter.
He is also an avid painter (Stop by the Wormald offices and see his companion works on "Architecture as Inspiration" hanging in the lobby).
wife Myra still reside in Potomac, Maryland where the company was founded.