In California and Washington, Atkinson, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Clark, recently completed road and rail grade separation projects designed to improve traffic flow and safety in highly traveled
WASHINGTON – Clark has partnered with The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery to construct a grand landscape portrait on a six-acre plot on the National Mall. The portrait, also referred to as facescape, opens to the public on October 4.
CHICAGO – In August, Clark broke ground on 150 North Riverside, a 53-story commercial tower in Chicago's West Loop. The company is constructing the skyscraper under a $250 million contract with The O’Donnell Investment Company.
El Cajon, CA – Clark has signed a $22 million contract with the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) for the East County Bus Maintenance Facility.
Rosslyn, Va. – The JBG Companies has awarded Clark an $132 million contract for the Central Place Office Tower. Designed by Beyer Blinder Belle, the new office building will be located directly adjacent to the Central Place Residential Tower, which is currently being constructed by Clark.
WASHINGTON– Square 452, LLC, a partnership of Gould Property Company and Oxford Properties Group, has awarded Clark a contract for the 600 Massachusetts Avenue project located between 6th and 7th Streets along Massachusetts Avenue, NW.
WASHINGTON – For a second year in a row, Clark partnered with the nonprofit DC SCORES to host the annual Summer Camp Construction Day.
SAN DIEGO – Host Hotel & Resorts has awarded Clark a $70 million contract for the New Marriott Hall located in San Diego, Calif. The Clark team has been performing preconstruction services on the project since 2010.
Bethesda, MD – Clark has been awarded a $21.5 million contract for the second and third phases of the National Mall Turf Restoration and Irrigation project. This latest project marks the last two planned phases to rehabilitate turf on the 684-acre National Mall from 3rd to 14th streets N.W.
Bethesda, Md. – Last month, the Clark Alumni Network hosted a tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) project for retirees and former company employees.