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Modernization of Georgia Avenue Well Underway

Washington, DC (March, 2015) – WCS Construction, LLC has started the 95 unit modernization of 7701 – 7611 Georgia Avenue, NW for Georgia Avenue Redevelopment LP. Designed by Stoiber and Associates, both buildings originally constructed in the 1930’s are being brought into the 20th century with UFAS (Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards) designated first floor units, updated…

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UPO Site Tour of 2 M Street

On Friday, March 7th WCS Construction conducted a site tour at our 2M Street project for construction management students from United Planning Organization.  The academy program the construction management students were a part of offers a full range of fee-based and free training courses.  The courses are designed for individuals interested in developing the technical…

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Federal Realty Investment Trust Selects WCS for Pike and Rose Block 6

Washington, DC (February, 2015) – WCS Construction, LLC has been selected by Federal Realty Investment Trust to construct Pike and Rose Block 6, Bethesda, MD. Designed by R2L Architects the 13-story 413,825 gross square foot brick, precast and gypsum fiber reinforced concrete mixed-use building located on Grand Park Ave, will not only provide housing, a…

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WCS Construction Breaks Ground on New Jersey at H

Washington, DC (February, 2015) – WCS Construction, LLC has broken ground on New Jersey at H, 800 New Jersey Avenue, SE an 11 story luxury apartment building on top of a Whole Foods supermarket located 1 block from the Navy Yard Metro station with direct views of the U.S. Capitol. Designed by SK+I Architectural Design Group,…

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WCS Supports Food & Friends

Volunteers from WCS Construction worked with the Food & Friends charity to prepare, package, and deliver meals. Founded in 1988, Food & Friends began in the basement of the Westminster Presbyterian Church with 20 volunteers enlisted to deliver 15 meals/day serving a total of 1,800 meals to 60 clients. Since its inception, they have moved from…

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