When Pranasha Shrestha learned that North High School in Torrance, California was going to shutter its ACE program due to a lack of volunteer support, she was ready to take action.
From airport terminals and civic centers to hospitals and academic facilities, the demand for public buildings and infrastructure that foster productivity, support operational needs, and improve user well-being has public entities searching for effective strategies to help them bring needed facilities to life faster than ever before.
On December 12, Clark Construction’s Bethesda office teamed up with The Outreach Program to pack meals for the thousands of families affected by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.
For Clark Construction Group, solidifying our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our team members is vital to our overall mission of building sustainable communities.
Efficient Schedule Maintenance Drives Clark Construction’s Structural Steel Top Out at 110 North Wacker
In November, Clark Construction topped out structural steel at 110 North Wacker, a state-of-the-art skyscraper located directly adjacent to the Chicago River.
Finding solutions to complex issues is what the Atkinson Construction team does best.
Small business owners Bruce Giron, Jason Parson, and Kevin Knight may be in different lines of work, and in different parts of the country, but their stories are remarkably similar.
With a Nationals' World Series Championship in the Record Books, Chris Pashkevich Looks Back on Building Nationals Park
Two common interests for the Pashkevich family are construction and Nationals’ baseball.
Healthcare is one of the most rapidly evolving service industries in the world today. Elevating the patient experience and focusing on patient care to attract and retain customers is a top priority for health systems and is influencing healthcare across the country.
Clark Project Executive Michael Rechnitz’s career in construction started with a thunderous crash. He was six years old and his masterpiece – a tower comprised of Erector Sets, Legos, and blocks, augmented by household chairs, plates, and glasses from the kitchen – had collapsed on the floor.