NGA Campus East Roadwork

This project never would have been successful if it wasn’t for the ‘One Team" approach taken by all the stakeholders. The team faced many challenges, and solved them all as a team — regardless of the complexity.
Col. Dave Anderson, Baltimore District Commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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The NGA Campus East roadwork consisted of over two miles of new four-lane highway with four signalized intersections, a 450-foot-long, three-span bridge over Accotink Creek and a 350-foot, six-span bridge over protected wetlands. In addition, the project included two secure traffic control points with fully-integrated guard booths, anti-ram restrictors, active and passive barrier restraints, and dynamic signage.

ABC of Metropolitan Washington - Excellence in Construction Award, Mega Project
AGC of DC Washington Contractor Award - Best Joint Venture Project, New Construction Overr $150M
Associated Builders and Contractors - Excellence in Construction, Eagle Award, Mega-Project
Marvin M. Black Excellence in Partnering Award