Clark Names Jesse Rice Vice President of Safety

January 08, 2015

BETHESDA, Md. – Clark is pleased to announce that Jesse Rice has been promoted to Vice President of Safety. In this role, Mr. Rice will assume strategic and day-to-day responsibility for the company’s Safety Department. Working closely with our regional safety directors, Mr. Rice will leverage his extensive construction experience to better integrate Clark’s safety and operations efforts, with a focus on making safety a key component of constructability planning.

Mr. Rice joined Clark in 1997 as a field engineer on two office buildings in Chantilly, Va., TASC at Westfields and Scitor at Westfields. He then transitioned into the Corporate Estimating Department. In 2001, Mr. Rice returned to the field as a project manager on the Georgetown University Southwest Quadrangle.

While in that role, he also worked on secure projects and the C-5 Conversion program in Martinsburg, W. Va. Most recently, as project executive, Mr. Rice was responsible for multiple federal, secure, and mission critical projects, including NGA Campus East, the South Campus Electrical Utility Plant, White House Visitor Center Rehabilitation, Power Loft, B-70, and the NGA Technology Center Third Floor Build-Out.

Mr. Rice has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Virginia. He is a DBIA designated design-build professional, a Safety Trained Supervisor, and he has an U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Construction Quality Management certification.