CWC Bikes to the Beach
Coakley & Williams Construction has a long and proud tradition of supporting Bike to the Beach.
In fact, we were its first corporate sponsor and our employees were some of the first to register for this event.
Bike to the Beach has gone from the early years of raising a few thousand dollars, to present day raising over $1.5 million annually for Autism Speaks and local autism non-profits.
Coakley & Williams Construction has rallied again to support the event. Great job, team. We made it to the beach!
The project team at the Southern Area Aquatics and Recreation Center (SAARC) has made strides of progress, reaching many recent milestones in its construction in Brandywine, Maryland.
Track star, Aaron Robinson, began his internship with Coakley & Williams Construction in June 2019 through the University of Maryland (UMD) InTERPship Academy.
“Pepco has powered economies, connected communities, and worked toward securing a safe and brighter future for our customers for more than 120 years,” said Dave Velazquez, president and CEO, Pepco Holdings in a press release. “Knowing the historical significance of the James C. Dent House, it was important for us to find a way to again make it a central part of the community.
The future looks bright for 2019 Phelps Architecture, Construction and Engineering (ACE) High School senior, Lorris Watson, who interned with Coakley & Williams Construction for four months and graduated last Thursday
The Coakley & Williams Construction team helped JDRF Capital raise $717,000 towards diabetes research in the 2019 30th Annual JDRF Real Estate Games.
Coakley & Williams Construction celebrated a huge milestone at topping out of the new Center for Athletics and Community in McLean, Virginia.
The Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA|DC) Awards Program recognizes excellence in the categories of architecture, interior architecture, historic resources and urban design/master planning.
We participated in Take Your Child to Work Day. Our kids had an exciting day learning about the ins and outs of our industry, including career path options and BIM technology.
This Friday morning on March 8th, 2019, the Coakley & Williams Construction (CWC) Women's Group gathers for a kick-off meeting to prepare for the eventful day ahead. It is the last - but not least - day of Women in Construction Week.