Founded in 1993 by Ed Audy, Ed Brnich and Jef Eyring, Waverly was begun with the goal of providing big company sophistication on mid-sized projects while creating honest, close working relationships with clients, staff, subcontractors, and vendors.   Since the very beginning, we have remained true to this aim.

During our years in business, we have gained experience in constructing numerous types of facilities.  Most typically, commercial projects include:  office, warehouse, retail, medical and senior living in the Maryland and Virginia markets.  We are actively involved with our business and staff in Poland, as they construct a variety of sophisticated industrial, manufacturing and office facilities.

Since its founding, Waverly has grown its leadership structure to include a diverse, energetic and loyal group which carries on the principles and values of the founding partners.  Whether a public, private or non-profit client, Waverly’s staff works hard to embody the original vision of the Company – one of competence, honesty and partnership.


Edward J. Audy, LEED AP

With broad experience in heavy and light commercial and residential projects, Mr. Audy’s career in the construction industry spans more than 40 years. His early years were spent working for his father’s tree business; later moving into construction as a crane operator.

Ed has developed his experience and knowledge to include project management, administration and business management; undertaking projects from sensitive and occupied medical facilities to office buildings and industrial operations. As a founding member of Waverly, Mr. Audy remains active in Project Management and Pre-Construction services.

In line with the philosophies of Waverly, Ed serves on the Board of Directors and Alumni Board of Mount Saint Joseph High School and has been an active member of the William S. Baer School’s Private Partnership Board, whose focus is exclusively on the therapeutic needs of severely handicapped children. Using his construction skills to help the community, Ed has been committed to volunteering his time to Habitat for Humanity. As an avid bicyclist, he also finds time to dedicate to the American Diabetes Association, taking part in their annual Tour de Cure cycling event.

Pam Hundley

With a career in the construction industry that spans over 30 years (minus a few for motherhood and living out of state), Ms. Hundley’s experience is through a mix of formal education, on-the-job training and a questioning mind. She quickly made her mark through attention to detail and sound office skills and has grown personally and professionally in her years with Waverly.

Considering education important, she has completed numerous classes related to her job as well as those which have allowed her to explore personal interests. Possessing a belief that everything can be improved upon, combined with her extensive experience in estimating, administration and project management; she continually seeks better approaches to accomplishing the company’s goals.

In keeping with the values of the company, she has eagerly guided Waverly’s volunteer efforts for such organizations as the Alzheimer’s Association, Komen Maryland Race for the Cure, William S. Baer School and the American Diabetes Association as well as organizing school supply and toy drives. Ms. Hundley currently serves on the Board of Directors for the William S. Baer School Partnership Board.

John F. Eyring, III, LEED AP (Jef)

Having over four decades of construction experience, that includes years working on a pile driving crew, Mr. Eyring is a founding member of Waverly and serves on the Management Board of our sister company, EastWave Building Company in Warsaw, Poland.

Mr. Eyring has an extensive understanding of, and experience in domestic and international business management. His background includes heavy and light commercial projects, project management, administration and business management. His experience, knowledge, and forward-thinking have put him in the position of overseeing Waverly’s overall operations and working to ensure its future.

Jef is very involved in local issues. He has helped to organize community-based sailing programs for physically and socially disadvantaged residents of Baltimore, served on the Board of the American Red Cross , served as president of the boards of the Building Congress & Exchange and its Foundation, and served on the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Maryland Chapter.