Construction of the 430,000 square-foot Museum of the Bible formally began as crews performed surgical demolition of a Washington, D.C., building in front of a crowd of media yesterday.
WASHINGTON – The George Washington University's Science and Engineering Hall opened to students on January 12, doubling the available space for a mix of disciplines and unifying researchers that were previously spread across a dozen locations.
DENVER – Nearly two decades after completing the Denver Central Library, a Clark Construction Group project team is returning to Denver to build the Confluence, a 34-story luxury apartment building just northwest of downtown.
Bethesda, MD – More than a year since Clark broke ground on 7770 Norfolk, the structure has reached its topping out.
LOS ANGELES – For eight decades, the Hall of Justice stood as a downtown Los Angeles landmark, serving as home to the LA County Sherriff’s Department and Coroner’s Office.
WASHINGTON – Museum of the Bible, Inc., has awarded Clark a $237 million contract for Museum of the Bible. In 2017, Museum of the Bible will open its 430,000-square-foot museum in Washington, D.C.
Tampa, FL – Hillsborough County has awarded Clark a $26 million design-build contract for the Hillsborough Public Safety Operations Complex. When complete, the facility will consolidate various public safety functions including emergency, dispatch, and government operations.
Camp Pedleton, CA – Earlier this month, the newly reconstructed Hospital Corpsman Memorial was rededicated during a ceremony at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton.
LOS ANGELES – Clark Construction Group has been awarded two contracts in California.
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.