May 09, 2019
Press Releases & News

Clark Cuts Ribbon on New Baltimore Office

BALTIMORE – On April 25, Clark Construction welcomed state and local delegates to an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony for the company’s new Baltimore office. Clark Construction chief executive officer Robby Moser and Baltimore office leader Ryan McKenzie welcomed notable attendees including Sen. Cory McCray, Delegate Talmadge Branch, Maryland Department of Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz, and Deputy Secretary of the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development Ben Wu.

The open house celebrated Clark’s long history of developing the Baltimore skyline and future investment in the city.

“For over 40 plus years we’ve worked in Baltimore. Many of these projects you can see tonight…Creating an office in a city such as Baltimore allows us to be a part of the fabric and the community. We’re invested, it's real, and we’re here,” said Moser.

Clark has performed more than $2.5 billion of work to strengthen the city’s infrastructure and communities. Over the past two years, Clark has awarded $95 million to Baltimore City subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers. Clark’s Baltimore office will be the company’s third in the state of Maryland. Clark is currently managing the delivery of several complex infrastructure projects in the Baltimore area from its new office, including the Headworks and Wet Weather Equalization Facility Improvements at Back River Waste Water Treatment Plant and Howard County Circuit Courthouse.  

Clark’s first Baltimore project was Charles Center South in 1975. Since then, Clark has completed close to 70 projects in Baltimore, including memorable projects such as Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the Camden Station Renovation, and the Johns Hopkins Hospital’s Sheik Zayed Tower and Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center.