Below is a comprehensive list of the projects that the company and its leaders have had an integral role in the project.

St. John USVI

Altamer Harbour Expansion Project

Marina and Residential Mixed-Use Development which will become part of the existing Altamer Resort.

Cross Island — Bermuda
Commercial/Industrial Project
$45 Million 

This $45 Million Project included the planning, predevelopment, and entitlements for an 11 acre Fill In that will be used for mixed commercial/industrial use.

Victoria Place
Residential Housing
$36 Million

New Construction of Residential Housing and West End Infrastructure expansion in Sandys, Bermuda.  All units were prefabricated out of precast concrete and erected on site.

The Falls at Marina Bay
357 Unit Class A Apartment Complex and Marina
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
$35 Million

This $35 million, 376 Unit, Class A Apartment Complex, includes seventeen buildings that wrap around a large operational Yacht Marina.   The U-Shaped Community features many upscale amenities, including a clubhouse with pool, and tennis courts.

Hunter Army Airfield Residences
219,000 sq ft New Housing for the U.S. Army
Savannah, Georgia
$43 Million

This $43.5 Million 218,130 square foot complex included the design, site preparation, and construction of relocatable temporary housing, administration buildings, and maintenance facilities for the 3/3 and 4/3 Aviation Battalions.

Palm Beach Convention Center
346,000 sq ft New Convention & Exhibition Center
West Palm Beach, Florida
$50 Million

This $50 Million 346,000 square foot Convention Center included 102,000 square feet of exhibition space, 48,000 square feet of meeting/banquet space, and 1040 parking spaces.

Roman Hruska Federal Courthouse
336,000 sq ft New Federal Courthouse
Omaha, Nebraska 
$55 Million

The $55 Million Roman L. Hruska United States Federal Courthouse project, located in Omaha, Nebraska, is a six story 336,000 square foot architecturally monumental building housing the United States District Court.  The structural steel frame is clad in a striking masonry and stone façade, with glass curtain wall and high security glazing.  The exquisite interior finishes include marble clad walls, extensive terrazzo flooring, custom mill work and special lighting and security systems.  In addition to the District Court, the nine courtrooms house the Federal Appeals Court and the United States Bankruptcy Court.  The project included two levels of secured below grade parking and an attractive street scape designed to enhance perimeter security.

EPA Agency Headquarters
983,000 sq ft of new headquarters
Raleigh, NC
$238 Million

This $238 Million project consisted of a 983,000 square foot state-of-the art medical and environmental research and office complex that provides new research and administrative space (including an auditorium, conference center, library, and cafeteria) for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  The facility consists of four research module wings connected by an atrium spine to an administration building and two free standing parking structures totaling an additional 276,000 square feet.  Construction of this facility included the evaluation, purchase, and installation of all clean air and environmental control equipment.

Victor Building
Class A Office Building
Washington, D.C.
$29 Million

The Victor Building, located in Washington D.C.’s historic Penn Quarter, is a LEED Gold certified, class-A mixed-use complex with a combined total of 347,000 square feet of office and retail space. Construction of the $29M project comprised of exterior and interior facade bracing, partial demolition, and sheeting, shoring and underpinning for an historic office building.  In addition, the project consisted of a four story below grade parking structure, and additional new office space structure that was integrated with the historic building.  This building now serves as the headquarters for the Smithsonian Institute.

Health Science Library – University of Maryland at Baltimore
190,000 sf New Librarys
College Park, Maryland
$25 Million

This $25 million library consists of 190,000 square feet.  The state-of the-art information services building serves over 900 libraries in ten states as part of the biomedical network of the National Library of Medicine.  Telecommunications cabling and fiber optics were installed throughout the facility and the Information Access and Management Center, located on the building’s main floor, allows users to access database and networked information.

Lyford Cay
New 25 Unit Condominiums
Nassau, Bahamas
$34 Million

As its name states, EETS was begun as a ‘club’, and it retains certain features of that even now. It has no physical location, or even office, no paid staff or editors, but books in the Original Series are published in the first place to satisfy subscriptions paid by individuals or institutions. This means that there is need for a regular sequence of new editions, normally one or two per year; achieving that sequence can pose problems.

John S. Toll Physics Building
78,000 sf College Education Building
University Of Maryland
$18 Million

This $18 million project consists of the new construction of a 78,000-square-foot educational laboratory facility.. This 3-story building includes space for classrooms, laboratories, lecture halls, administrative offices and a rooftop observatory. The facility’s structural frame is cast-in-place concrete with a facade made of brick, precast concrete and curtainwall. An extensive landscaping package was also included in this project, including unit pavers, textured concrete sidewalks, and several trees and shrubs. Clark was also responsible for the construction of a 750-foot long utility tunnel connecting the new facility with the university’s central chiller plant.

Strathmore Court at White Flint
North Bethesda, MD
200 Unit Residential Project
$15 Million

This $15 million 202 unit residential building was developed by the Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County as a 397,000-square-foot, 202-unit residential project. The project included three buildings in a courtyard arrangement. Each wood-frame four-story building sits atop a two-story concrete below-grade parking structure. Each of the one or two bedroom units features either a walkout balcony or an enclosed solarium. The skin is brick with cast stone accent bands on the first level, and EIFS and punch windows on the upper levels. Development amenities include an outdoor pool, indoor exercise facility, clubhouse area, a playground and a basketball court.

Bryd Stadium Concourse
Renovation of existing Sports Complex
College Park, Maryland
$15 Million

This $15 Million renovation, 9month project consisted of added concession stands and addition of a concrete concourse for additional seating capacity over and existing facility. The project team constructed two new concourse buildings that house concession facilities and public restrooms.

Geary E. Eppley Recreation Center – University of Maryland
240,000 sf Recreation Center
College Park, Maryland
$41 Million

This recreation center consists of 240,000-square-foot of building space and 29,000-square-foot of outdoor pool and deck space. The facility is primarily is used for student recreational activities, with space provided for Kinesiology Activity Classes, and the Intercollegiate Swim Teams. The primary areas inside include an indoor aquatic center consisting of an eight-lane lap pool, and an instructional pool; two multi-use gymnasiums; six racquetball courts; and two squash courts. In addition to recreational areas, space is provided for meeting rooms and offices. Outdoor facilities include an outdoor aquatic center and two sand volleyball courts.

Grand Slam Resort
New amusement theme park for Hotel
Las Vegas, NV

The park began construction in 1992 as a $75-$90 million project to introduce a family-friendly amusement park to Las Vegas. The building’s dome design was created entirely out of pink tinted glass, with each pane weighing approximately 300 lbs. The dome itself consists of over 350,000 sq ft of pink insulated glass placed over a teal green frame. Construction took a little over a year to complete, and the park was finally opened on August 23, 1993 as the “Grand Slam Canyon”, and in 1998 was renamed “Adventuredome.”