We recently sat down with Jonathan Nasser, an engineer in Clark’s Mid-Atlantic Region, to learn about his background and time with Clark.
Small businesses are critical to our industry and in the delivery of our projects nationwide.
What does the construction industry look like viewed through the unique lenses of two women at Clark in different stages in their careers?
We recently sat down with Staci Tsuda, a project executive in Northern California to learn about her path to construction and what she’s learned along the way.
We recently sat down with Forest Podva, a superintendent who joined Clark 7 years ago, to learn about his background, his role at the company, and his career path to construction.
Two years prior to opening for air travel, the New Terminal has hit cruising altitude with the help of more than 115 Kansas City-based minority- and women-owned firms.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Clark is honored to spotlight Beverly Thomas, President of Washington, DC-based Regional Contracting Services - just one of the many woman-owned businesses Clark has the pleasure of partnering with to deliver exceptional work.
We’re featuring Taryn Swopes. Taryn, who joined the Clark team six years ago, is a superintendent on the San Diego State University Aztec Stadium project in San Diego, California.
We’re featuring Jenny Young. Jenny, who joined the Clark team four years ago, is an assistant superintendent on the Armature Works project in Washington, DC.
This January, Clark Construction participated in the first annual Smart City Challenge, a hackathon-style competition aimed to source innovative solutions for more sustainable cities in the Washington, DC area.