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May 11, 2022

Clark Construction to open new office in Virginia, US

Clark is strengthening its longstanding commitment to the region with this office expansion.

Clark Construction Group has announced the opening of a new 128,000ft² office in McLean, Virginia, US, as part of its expansion plan.

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The expansion plan, which is driven by national and growth, will enlarge the company’s presence in the Mid-Atlantic region.

It also includes doubling the size of Clark’s office space in Baltimore, Maryland, and maintaining the Bethesda office in Maryland.

Clark is strengthening its commitment to the region with this office expansion.

Clark Construction Group CEO Robby Moser said: “Clark’s success for the past century has been deeply rooted in our commitment to creating an exceptional experience for our clients and our communities.

“Continuing to serve the region and harnessing the wealth of opportunities and talent that spans from Baltimore to Richmond requires a network of strategic locations. We are delighted to expand our office footprint throughout the region to meet the needs of our business, better serve our communities, and provide greater opportunities for our team.”

In Virginia, Clark’s office will be located at 7900 Westpark Drive in McLean.

This new office space has been designed to offer a modern and cooperative hub for the company’s infrastructure, building, and asset solutions teams.

The expansion supplements six other offices of Clark across the Mid-Atlantic region.

At present, the company is refurbishing the space in McLean in preparation to occupy it this year.

This office space will mark Clark’s third location in Virginia.

The company also plans to establish an office in Central Virginia. 

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin said: “Clark is an invaluable partner to the Commonwealth, and we congratulate them on a new regional expansion into McLean.

“Their continued growth and success is a gain for the Commonwealth and I thank them for their continued endeavors in Virginia.”

Clark is also doubling its office area at Stadium Square, in downtown Baltimore, and upholding nearly 29,000ft² of its office area in Bethesda.

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