Thoughtfully planned education facilities foster innovation and create vibrant spaces where students and faculty thrive.
From residence halls and gathering places to academic buildings and high-tech research laboratories, we work alongside universities, colleges, and local school districts to construct education and recreation assets that attract the students of tomorrow without interrupting learning for those on campus today.
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In 1922, Clark completed its first education project, Wheatley Junior High School in Washington, DC.
The Catholic University of America’s Conway School of Nursing Building Tops Out