Clark Craftsmen Honored for Kim Building

Clark Craftsmen Honored for Kim Building

Clark Craftsmen Honored for Kim Building


The Washington Building Congress has recognized the work of craftsmen on six Clark Construction buildings, including the Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building.

Clark Construction served as general contractor on the Kim Building. Specifically, they were honored for mechanical work in the building, including the plumbing, HVAC and piping systems and sheet metal work.

The Craftsmanship Awards were given at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. earlier this month.

The other buildings Clark Construction worked on and was recognized for include the International Monetary Fund Headquarters, the Calvary Baptist Portrait Office Building and 1875 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., and the Dulles Airport East/West Automated People Mover and Waterview—a one-million-square-foot project—in Virginia.

May 30, 2006


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