Since being introduced to Team River Runner (TRR) over a decade ago by its cofounder Joe Mornini, Clark has been a strong supporter of the organization and its mission.
As part of Clark's commitment to creating opportunities for local communities, the company has deployed resources that help bolster small businesses and strengthen the local workforce.
San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood is abuzz with activity: nine construction projects are currently underway in the up-and-coming med-tech hub, and the Bay Area’s most highly-anticipated development—Chase Center—is at the heart of the action.
Clark Construction hosted a stimulating cross-sector networking event for more than 50 industry leaders that featured a discussion with experts representing corporate, government, non-profit, and small business perspectives about “Making the Case for Green and Healthy Buildings.”
C3M, a subsidiary of Clark Construction, is a specialty contractor that’s delivering some of the most complex electrical systems for critical infrastructure around the United States.
It was a bit of an odd sight. If you were to look at Renton, WA’s I-405/SR 167 Direct Connector in June, you would have seen a wall of white cubes nestled along the roadway.
Over the past decade, alternative project delivery methods have become a more frequent option for both public and private owners as they move toward integrated models that allow for increased collaboration and communication among project stakeholders.
Clark Construction Superintendent Monique Holley describes herself as “homegrown,” and after 12 years working at Clark Construction in a variety of roles, there is little doubt she is just that.
The name for the next generation is still being debated, but whether they are called the iGen or Gen Z, the classes of 2022 and beyond arrive to college campuses with a different perspective from millennials.
Clark Concrete Division Safety Director Seth Randall knows that being a leader in safety means continuously evaluating the way we build and challenging the status quo to identify better means of keeping our people safe.