Wight, as part of a partnership with Acelsior, Inc., was selected to perform an independent review of two reports that had been creating controversy within the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).

Under the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Act (BRAC) Number 133, over 6,000 Department of Defense personnel were mandated to be relocated from leased spaces in Washington DC to a new development, as an annex to Fort Belvoir. USACE studied this relocation and conducted a site selection process, documented in the Final Environmental Assessment. Later the USACE prepared a Transportation Management Plan for the BRAC 133, studying strategies for reducing single-occupancy vehicle trips to the new site in order to mitigate traffic congestion.