Clark Promotes Six Field Supervision Executives
BETHESDA, Md. – Clark is pleased to announce that six Construction Executives across the country have been promoted to Vice President.
Bob joined Clark in 1981 as a superintendent in the Mid-Atlantic Region. He has led construction of dozens of projects over the past three decades including Bethesda Metro Center, the McCormick Place Convention Center West Expansion, Music City Center, and his current job, the 54-story 150 North Riverside office tower in Chicago.
Following an internship with Clark Concrete, Jim joined the company full time in 2000 on the Vandenberg AFB Space Launch Complex 6 project. As a field supervisor, he has led construction efforts at PETCO Park, the Save Mart Center, University Gateway, and currently, at a major theme park.
As a superintendent and construction executive, Ken has led construction efforts on several mega-projects in the Mid-Atlantic Region including DoD/BRAC 133, the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense, and, most recently, The George Washington University Science and Engineering Hall.
Harry has been leading construction teams in the Washington, D.C. area since 1989. Under his guidance, our teams have successfully delivered the John A. Wilson Building Renovation, the U.S. Botanic Garden Renovation, The Artisan Condominiums, 1717 K Street, and, most recently, City Market at O.
John joined Clark in 2001 as a project engineer, but soon became an assistant superintendent. As he advanced his career in field supervision, he led construction of the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport North Concourse, UMD Oakland Hall, and FDA Consolidated Biologics Evaluation and Research Center projects. He currently leads our team building The George Washington University District House residence hall.
Joe leads field construction operations at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Previously, he helped deliver many notable projects including Arena Stage, the American Red Cross Headquarters, the Harman Center for the Arts, and Verizon Center.