Clark Construction

Clark Construction

Clark Construction is a multinational engineering and construction firm headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, and founded in 1906. The company has 2015 annual revenue of more than $4 billion, and is one of the largest commercial and civil contractors in the country. Wikipedia

Clark Construction

Clark Construction is a multinational engineering and construction firm headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, and founded in 1906. The company has 2015 annual revenue of more than $4 billion, and is one of the largest commercial and civil contractors in the country. Wikipedia

  • Oct 31 at 4:42 PM
    Just a block from the Hall of Justice at Los Angeles City Hall, there have been reports of ghosts and other strange sightings in several areas of the building. Rumor has it that an old-fashioned man dressed in 19th century era clothing likes to disrupt City Council meetings and bother officials in the bathrooms. Security officers have reported strange noises and unexplainable images of human figures spotted on surveillance cameras In 2001, Clark and @acmartinpartners completed a restoration and renovation of this iconic building, restoring it to its original Art Deco grandeur. Unfortunately, our scope of work did not include any paranormal remediation Have a safe and happy halloween!
  • Oct 31 at 3:33 PM
    Trick or treat?! Meet our fairy jobmothers at UWs Construction Management Career Fair! We promise were not scary! #godogs #clarkoncampus
  • Oct 31 at 3:16 PM
    Next up on our list of spookiest projects is the U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters Building. The plot of land was originally home to St. Elizabeths Hospital, which was built in the 1855 as the Government Hospital for the Insane. The facility once housed President Garfields assassin, as well as the failed assassins of President Jackson and President Reagan. As the patient population dwindled, many of the buildings were deserted. In 2003, St. Elizabeths moved to a new campus. Rumor has it the grounds are now haunted. A portion of the property now serves as the sprawling U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters. Completed in 2013, the project is one of the largest construction efforts in recent Washington, DC history. @perkinswill #halloween #haunted St. Elizabeths photo: National Archives RG 418-G-9
  • Oct 31 at 10:04 AM
    In the spirit of Halloween, today we are reminiscing about some of Clarks spookiest projects! First on the list, Los Angeles Hall of Justice Building. The 1920s-era building closed after it was damaged in the 1994 Northridge earthquake, and sat dormant for 20 years, falling deeper into disrepair. The building once housed infamous criminals Charles Manson and Bugsy Siegel while on trial. Its also where the county coroner once performed autopsies on Marilyn Monroe and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. In 2014, Clark, along with design partner A.C. Martin, completed structural, architectural, and aesthetic upgrades creating a beautiful, modern (and significantly less spooky!) home for the Los Angeles Sherriff''s Department and members of the Los Angeles County District Attorney''s staff. Check out these before and after photos! @acmartinpartners #halloween #losangeles

Oct 31, 4:42 PM

Just a block from the Hall of Justice at Los Angeles City Hall, there have been reports of ghosts and other strange sightings in several areas of the building. Rumor has it that an old-fashioned man dressed in 19th century era clothing likes to disrupt City Council meetings and bother officials in the bathrooms. Security officers have reported strange noises and unexplainable images of human figures spotted on surveillance cameras In 2001, Clark and @acmartinpartners completed a restoration and renovation of this iconic building, restoring it to its original Art Deco grandeur. Unfortunately, our scope of work did not include any paranormal remediation Have a safe and happy halloween!

Oct 31, 3:33 PM

Trick or treat?! Meet our fairy jobmothers at UWs Construction Management Career Fair! We promise were not scary! #godogs #clarkoncampus

Oct 31, 3:16 PM

Next up on our list of spookiest projects is the U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters Building. The plot of land was originally home to St. Elizabeths Hospital, which was built in the 1855 as the Government Hospital for the Insane. The facility once housed President Garfields assassin, as well as the failed assassins of President Jackson and President Reagan. As the patient population dwindled, many of the buildings were deserted. In 2003, St. Elizabeths moved to a new campus. Rumor has it the grounds are now haunted. A portion of the property now serves as the sprawling U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters. Completed in 2013, the project is one of the largest construction efforts in recent Washington, DC history. @perkinswill #halloween #haunted St. Elizabeths photo: National Archives RG 418-G-9

Oct 31, 10:04 AM

In the spirit of Halloween, today we are reminiscing about some of Clarks spookiest projects! First on the list, Los Angeles Hall of Justice Building. The 1920s-era building closed after it was damaged in the 1994 Northridge earthquake, and sat dormant for 20 years, falling deeper into disrepair. The building once housed infamous criminals Charles Manson and Bugsy Siegel while on trial. Its also where the county coroner once performed autopsies on Marilyn Monroe and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. In 2014, Clark, along with design partner A.C. Martin, completed structural, architectural, and aesthetic upgrades creating a beautiful, modern (and significantly less spooky!) home for the Los Angeles Sherriff''s Department and members of the Los Angeles County District Attorney''s staff. Check out these before and after photos! @acmartinpartners #halloween #losangeles

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