It was a bit of an odd sight. If you were to look at Renton, WA’s SR 167/I-405 Direct Connector in June, you would have seen a wall of white cubes nestled along the roadway.
Over the past decade, alternative project delivery methods have become a more frequent option for both public and private owners as they move toward integrated models that allow for increased collaboration and communication among project stakeholders.
Clark Construction Superintendent Monique Holley describes herself as “homegrown,” and after 12 years working at Clark Construction in a variety of roles, there is little doubt she is just that.
The name for the next generation is still being debated, but whether they are called the iGen or Gen Z, the classes of 2022 and beyond arrive to college campuses with a different perspective from millennials.
Clark Concrete Division Safety Director Seth Randall knows that being a leader in safety means continuously evaluating the way we build and challenging the status quo to identify better means of keeping our people safe.
As wastewater treatment plants adapt to more stringent water quality and environmental requirements, clients, designers, and constructors are utilizing sustainability rating systems that reward creative and synergistic processes.
The Washington Post prophesized that with the advent of The Anthem, Washington, DC’s music scene would never be the same. In my opinion, in the year since its opening night, that prophecy has been more than validated.
An interview with the women who make up "Builders at Bliss" at Fort Bliss Replacement Hospital.
The Clark Chicago CTA Substation Renovations team was privileged to partner with Notes for Notes to build a recording studio in the James Jordan Boys & Girls Club.
They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. While that might be true, Clark’s Field Engineering Group has found a way to use old technology with new tricks to add value on complex projects.