Fairfax, Va. – Clark Construction Group has started final punchlist operations on the ground floor of the Inova Women's Hospital & Children's Hospital, a 665,000 square-foot, 12-story tower that will serve as a world-class environment for patient care, education, and research.
Bethesda, MD – 4500 East West Highway recently became the first commercial office building in Bethesda to achieve LEED® Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Clark Construction Group completed the 330,000 square-foot, nine-story office building earlier this year.
WASHINGTON – The United States General Services Administration (GSA) has awarded Clark a $77 million contract for the Phase 1C Modernization of the Harry S. Truman Building.
HOUSTON – Harris County has awarded Clark/Horizon, A Joint Venture, the $78 million Harris County Joint Processing Center in Houston.
WASHINGTON – Clark employees and subcontractors donated their time to help transform the Dwight A. Mosley Sports Complex in northeast Washington, D.C.
NEW ORLEANS – Clark/McCarthy Healthcare Partners achieved a major milestone on the 1.6 million square-foot Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System replacement medical center achieved a major milestone in September, as the new central energy plant powered up for the first time.
Alexandria, Va. – Alexandria Renew Enterprises (ARENEW) has awarded Clark and joint venture partner Ulliman Schutte Construction a $40 million contract for the ARENEW Environmental Center. This is the Clark/Ulliman Schutte team’s second contract signed with the client.
Bethesda, Md. – This fall, Clark has expanded its Strategic Partnership Program and is offering the intensive executive MBA-style class in Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Southern California, and, for the first time, in Boston and Chicago.
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.