Top Industrial Contractors
Coakley Williams Construction
7475 Wisconsin Ave. Ste. #900, Bethesda, MD 20814
About Coakley Williams Construction
Coakley Williams Construction is an industrial contractor that highlights a mindset that focuses completely on the idea of building. Over the years, this firm has built long-lasting relationships with clients and subcontractors that help it create large and complex projects like the Library of Congress’ Book Storage Facility in Fort Meade. 15,000 square feet in size, it was commissioned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and was designed by architect Einhorn Yaffee Prescott. This storage facility is only one of the many industrial projects in its folio and has gained the 60-year-old, veteran firm attention from publications like the Washington Post and Washington Business Journal among other publications. Its expertise has also been praised with awards like the 2020 ABC Excellence in Construction Award among several others.
Baker DC, LLC
1000 Potomac Street NW, Ste. #106, Washington, DC 20007
About Baker DC, LLC
Founded in 1968, Baker DC is one of the nation’s largest specialty contractors. The firm’s work has included stadiums, high rises, Habitat Its most notable project might be the ExxonMobil Headquarters. A turnkey concrete scope, the project has several notable elements including 7,500 feet of utility tunnels and 3,000,000 square feet of parking in three cast-in-place garages. It also has a 300,000-square-foot central utility plant. Baker DC can be trusted to complete projects with the impeccable attention to detail that has garnered two Excellence in Construction Awards from the ABC Florida East Coast chapter, among several other honors.
1250 I St., NW. Ste. #900, Washington, DC 20005
About Plaza Construction
Plaza Construction’s work has been recognized in many corners of the world. It continues to build a legacy that involves the community by presenting and honoring social responsibility through supporting local charities. Plaza Construction is also a multi-faceted firm with an array of impressive public projects in its folio. Astoria Energy, for example, is a transportation infrastructure that embodies the firm’s skill in dealing with project complexities. 23 acres wide, this project is New York City’s largest power plant and built over the course of 25 years. It uses modern and natural gas to produce 1,000 megawatts of power. Projects like these are representations of the firm’s ability to understand the needs of the owner, developer, and builder. Currently, the firm has been recognized by Building Design + Construction, Engineering News-Record (ENR), and New York Yimby.
Kiewit Infrastructure Co.
8000 Forbes Pl. Ste. #201, Springfield, VA 22151
About Kiewit Infrastructure Co.
A veteran holding the 5th rank in ENR’s list of Top 400 Contractors, Kiewit Infrastructure Co. is one of North America’s largest, most-respected engineering and construction organizations. It has burrowed tunnels through mountains, turned rivers into energy, and built bridges to connect communities. These innovative and human-centric services have received the attention of industry publications like POWER Magazine, ENR, and On-Site Magazine, and Canada’s Great Place to Work. Among its many impressive projects, its most notable be the IS 37 Solar Farm. A 79-megawatt photovoltaic solar facility, this project highlights the firm’s goal of adding carbon-free and cost-effective power generation to its portfolio. This facility contains over 344,000 solar panels, 167,000 square feet of underground duct-bank conduit, 3,900,000 feet of low-level voltage cable, 356,000 plug modules, 500 combiner boxes, and 39 inverters. Despite weather problems and ongoing training for its new local craft team, this project was completed a month ahead of schedule.
Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
1600 Tysons Boulevard, Ste. #800, Tysons Corner, VA 22102
About Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
Hensel Phelps has handled over $13 billion in infrastructure and transportation projects and over $3 billion in advanced technology projects. With high-performing teams, this 84-year old firm has provided its clients with a high level of service that results in consistently high-quality projects. The NASA Building 21 is one of these. At 140,000 square feet, the structure includes two mixed lab and office levels alongside a mechanical penthouse with a combined area of approximately 118,000 square feet. The top-level houses the national archive sample repository freezer storage and a two-story office block that consists of open workspace architecture. Hensel Phelps Construction has been mentioned in publications like ENR, Time Magazine, and Building Design + Construction. And the firm has won honors like the AGC Build America Awards in the outstanding renovation category over $200 million.