Sameer Bhargava, executive vice president and chief financial officer, is part of Clark’s executive leadership team responsible for the company’s overall growth and financial health.
There are always unknown factors in construction. As we build in increasingly constrained urban environments or deliver projects that inspire the imagination, unforeseen conditions and complex operations challenge teams to dive deep into the planning process.
Through Q&A articles and Instagram Takeovers, our "In Her Boots" series is designed to showcase and provide an inside look at what a day in the life looks like in the shoes (or boots) for some of the exceptional women at Clark.
The motto of Virginia Tech is “Ut Prosim”, a Latin phrase meaning “That I May Serve”. It is deeply ingrained in the campus culture, and it is especially visible in alumni commitment to the university.
At Suburban Hospital’s campus in Bethesda, Maryland, Clark is constructing a 300,000-square-foot addition and renovating the existing facility. This included the difficult task of performing extensive below-grade work underneath the active and fully-operational hospital.
When faced with the dangers of operating heavy equipment on a jobsite, it seems like fastening a seatbelt would be second-nature for equipment operators.
This year, in cities across the county, more than 150 small, minority-, women-, and veteran-owned businesses are investing in their futures and opening the door to new opportunities through their participation in Clark’s Strategic Partnership Program (SPP).
Jack Prudence is an accounting manager in Clark’s Finance Department by day, and a member of the Vienna, Virginia Volunteer Fire Department by night.
Work is underway on one of the largest and most complex construction projects in downtown Seattle’s history.
On Day 6 of Women in Construction Week, we're featuring Sarah Stokes. Sarah, who joined Clark nine years ago, is a senior project manager on Clark's Square 696 project in Washington, DC.