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Skanska starts work on $216 million DC retail/office tower

Skanska USA Commercial Development has broken ground on a $216 million tower in the District. The 11-story, 334,000-sq. ft. retail and office building is scheduled...

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Skanska starts work on $216 million DC retail/office tower

Skanska USA Commercial Development has broken ground on a $216 million tower in the District. The 11-story, 334,000-sq. ft. retail and office building is scheduled...

66-acre Walter Reed redevelopment takes shape with mayor’s groundbreaking of two buildings

Washington mayor Muriel Bowser and community members celebrated the groundbreaking two new buildings on Oct. 21 as the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center...

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New report: Labor shortage weakens housing supply and affordability

A lack of skilled construction labor is a key limiting factor for improving housing inventory and affordability, according to a new report by the...

SMPS DC to host AEC marketing planning roundtable

The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) DC chapter is hosting a Senior Marketers Round Table on Oct. 28 to guide participants on how...

WBC invite nominations for FY2022 directors, officers

The Washington Building Congress (WBC) nominating committee says it is seeking the recommendation potential officers and board of directors members for Fiscal Year 2022. The...

Pandemic: Construction employment grows in Northern Virginia and DC, declines in Maryland suburbs

The story of how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected construction employment opportunities depends largely on where you are in the Washington metropolitan area. Northern Virginia...

SMPS offers $1,500 scholarship for qualifying HBCU student

The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) says it has partnered with UNCF (United Negro College Fund) to establish the SMPS Foundation Zinsmeyer Scholarship to...
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Regional authorities in the Washington DC area have investigated more than 50 possible cases of wage theft since 2017, including a range of complaints...
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