We are proud to announce the hire of Howard Chapman as Project Executive.
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.
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.
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.
We are proud to announce the hire of Tracy Camponeschi, MS, SPHR, as the Director of Human Resources. In her position, Tracy will…
Last night’s 13th Annual CREW DC Awards Gala celebrated the outstanding efforts and achievements of women in commercial real estate. As a diamond sponsor, Coakley & Williams Construction supports CREW DC’s mission to influence and transform our industry through the advancement of women.
Mayor Muriel Bowser joined school officials and our project team to celebrate the Ribbon Cutting at Bancroft Elementary School. Built in 1923, Bancroft has been educating the diverse youth of the Mount Pleasant neighborhood for nearly a century.