Located in Winchester, Virginia, the Central Records Complex, which Clark delivered to the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) earlier this year, lies in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley.
For more than five decades, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has stewarded art from all eras and cultures.
When face-to-face inspections were no longer feasible due to social distancing requirements, Clark’s project teams adapted with technology solutions to communicate jobsite conditions with remote stakeholders and maintain productivity.
Each summer, more than 150 college students join the Clark ranks as summer associates. Recognized as a Top 100 Internship Program, Clark’s Summer Associate Program provides students with meaningful construction experience and networking opportunities that foster long-term career development.
At Clark, giving back to the communities in which we live and work is part of our DNA. As the effects of COVID-19 continue to be felt nationwide, community support is more important than ever.
Earlier this year, efforts to manage the spread of the novel coronavirus resulted in a wave of closings, including schools across the country. By late March, most school systems had transitioned completely to online learning.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, companies and schools across the country have transitioned to online solutions to continue to meet the needs of their constituents. For Clark Construction’s Strategic Partnership Program (SPP), the situation is no different.
Emma Farrell, a senior at Carnegie Mellon University and future Clark Civil engineer, is celebrating more than just her impending graduation these days.
Earlier this month, C3M Power Systems team members gathered at the SERVE Campus of Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS) to provide much-needed updates to the electrical power and systems in NVFS’s homeless shelter, administration building, and food warehouse.
Long Beach Civic Center Recognized by Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation's Built By Women Program
The recently completed Long Beach Civic Center has been recognized by the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation’s Built by Women program. Women comprised 50% of the design-build team and played a significant role in the construction and delivery of the Long Beach Civic Center Project.