Wheaton Revitalization Project
Clark constructed a new 14-story, core-and-shell office building to house numerous Montgomery County municipal offices, as well as a four-story below-grade parking structure.
The project includes 150 geothermal wells and 175 vertical tiedowns, all located within the footprint of the building. The structure features a “bathtub” waterproofing design with an 18-inch hydrostatic slab. The exterior façade consists of curtain wall, punched windows, and ultra-high performance concrete and metal panels.
In addition to the office building, Clark demolished an existing three-story office building on the site. In its place, the team constructed a 25,000 square-foot town square to serve as a new gathering space for the community.
- Clark Projects Earn ENR MidAtlantic "Best of" 2021 Recognition September 01, 2021
- Wheaton Revitalization Project Back To Grade December 03, 2018
- Mixed-Use, Transit-Oriented Development Back to Grade in Wheaton November 28, 2018