Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser held her first ever Women in Workforce Conference. The purpose of this event was for women professionals who are doing amazing things in Washington to share their experiences as women in the workforce. Project Manager, Barbara Price, gives Women in Workforce three C’s to remember.
Coakley & Williams Construction has a long and proud tradition of supporting Bike to the Beach. 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.
Artist Judy Moore was one of the three selected finalists of local artists in Prince George's County that were chosen to design art for the new Southern Area Aquatics and Recreation Complex (SAARC) in Prince George's County.
“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 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.
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.
Congratulations to the Coakley & Williams Construction team members who graduated from the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Leadership Development Program. We also want to congratulate Megan Ross, who received the J.P. Blase Cooke Leadership Achievement Award. Great work, team!
The long-shuttered hotel property on L’Enfant Plaza, now dubbed the Hilton Washington D.C. National Mall, has reopened after a closure of more than five years. The project features a complete renovation of the guest rooms, an opening up of the lobby and attached restaurant, and renovation of the meeting and event spaces. Still to finish is a revamp of the pool area on the hotel’s 12th floor
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.
Lynn Stith Bennett began her career at Coakley & Williams Construction in 1987. With the fastest female career progression in the company’s 60 year history, she was promoted to Executive Vice President in 2018.
The "Diamondback Garage" innovation center is located on Baltimore Avenue, directly under the parking garage, and part of the $2 billion revitalization initiative to transform the Greater College Park campus.
Coakley & Williams Construction’s Bill Simons was recently honored by the Prince George’s County Supplier Development & Diversity Division (SDDD) at their 7th annual Supplier Diversity Appreciation Night.
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.
A severe storm with high winds ravaged North Capital Street in NW Washington DC in April 2017. Built in 1857, the roof of the historic St. Aloysius Church at Gonzaga College High School was no match for the high winds that swept though the area.
Congratulations to the Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School of the Nation’s Capital!
The Coakley & Williams Construction project team, joined by school officials, donors, and Mayor Muriel Bowser came together for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate their building expansion and the official opening of their new middle school.
The 16th Annual NAIOP DC|MD Awards of Excellence Gala was held last night at the newly renovated Fairmont Hotel in DC. The event brought together developers, architects, general contractors, designers and more from the commercial real estate community. Over 30 projects were named as winners, honoring more than a hundred companies for their work.