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In the Media: Pepco Powers Ward 6

“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.

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The First Licensed Childcare + Coworking Space in the U.S.

Coakley & Williams Construction was awarded the interior buildout of the two-story 12,800 SF space in Washington, D.C. which features shared desks, dedicated desks, a conference room, private telephone rooms, kitchen area with coffee, a large open common area for hosting events, and a fully licensed childcare center on the first floor.

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Breaking Ground For More Than 55 Years

On an incredibly cold February morning in 1980, the first Maryland Trade Center building broke ground. This 16-story, 208,000 sf office building is located at the intersection of the Beltway and Baltimore-Washington Parkway. Delivered in 1981, it was the tallest building in Prince George’s County for many years.

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Powering the Coolest Neighborhood Around the World

Forbes has listed their Top 12 Coolest Neighborhoods Around the World. What made #2 on the list? None other than our very own Washington, DC Navy Yard.

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Mayor Muriel Bowser Opens The Kenilworth Recreation Center

We celebrated a milestone on Saturday, June 17th for one of our recent projects - Kenilworth Recreation Center.  Mayor Muriel Bowser, Ward 7 Councilmember Vincent Gray and DPR Director Keith Anderson attended the ribbon cutting ceremony....

 

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