January 22, 2015
Awards & Recognition

Clark Projects Earn Eleven Craftsmanship Awards

BETHESDA, Md. – Clark projects have earned 11 Washington Building Congress (WBC) Craftsmanship Awards. The WBC Craftsmanship Awards honor quality construction and excellence in the building trades on projects in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Clark Concrete and Clark Foundations were among the winners, earning honors for the craftsmans' work on the National Museum of African American History and Culture and The George Washington University Science and Engineering Hall projects. Clark Concrete won the only two awards given by the WBC in the 'Cast-in-Place Concrete' category.

The award winners include:

Cast-in-Place Concrete
National Museum of African American History and Culture
Clark Concrete Contractors, LLC
 
Cast-in-Place Concrete
The George Washington University – Science and Engineering Hall
Clark Concrete Contractors, LLC
 
Power Generation, Distribution and Switchgear
The George Washington University – Science and Engineering Hall
Mona Electric Group, Inc.
 
Masonry, Exterior Stone
The George Washington University – Science and Engineering Hall
Calvert Masonry, Inc.
 
HVAC-Sheet Metal
South Campus Electrical Utility Plant – Building 9861
The Poole & Kent Corporation / Stromberg Metal Works, Inc.
 
Miscellaneous Metal Fabrication
CityCenterDC – Gateway Media Arch (Jewel Box)
TSI Architectural Metals
 
Underpinning, Foundations and Excavations
600 Massachusetts Avenue
Clark Foundations, LLC
 
Underpinning, Foundations and Excavations
The George Washington University – District House
Seaboard Foundations, Inc.
 
Special Construction - Fuel Systems
South Campus Electrical Utility Plant – Building 9861
The Poole & Kent Corporation/Tanks Direct
 
Architectural Millwork
White House Visitor Center
Worcester Eisenbrandt, Inc.
 
Architectural Millwork
The Woodley
Christman Mid-Atlantic Constructors