A team from the Norfolk-Hampton Roads, Virginia, office tackled truck-loading and more for the Mayflower Marathon Food Drive.
Roanoke is a mid-sized commercial and transportation center located between the Blue Ridge and Appalachian mountains in western Virginia. The downtown area is classically American, dotted with museums, shops and a famous farmer's market in a lively historic central core known as Market Square. The diverse economy includes an industrial base ranging from heavy steel products to textiles and electronics. Cultural amenities are varied and abundant for the town's size, and nearby mountains offer recreational opportunities.
Working in concert with offices in our offices in Greenville-Spartanburg, Norfolk-Hampton Roads, Richmond and Washington, D.C., the Roanoke office is focused on the facilities and infrastructure needs in the Mid-Atlantic region. The office pursues healthcare facility design, higher education master planning, commercial and manufacturing facilities, aviation design, secure work and foreign military sales. The office also supports larger General Services Administration, U.S. Air Force, Naval Facilities Engineering Command and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers projects in the region and serves as the center for the commissioning practice in the Mid-Atlantic region.We're proud to be No. 12 among large employers in the Virginia Business Best Places to Work rankings for 2020. It's all about ownership. See the lists
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The Canstruction team from the Roanoke, Virginia, office took home the structural design award.
Volunteers participated in an event for The Miracle League of the Triangle, which creates positive life experiences for individuals with special needs through baseball.
The Washington, D.C., office team enjoyed summer picnic day with family at the National Zoo.
Employee-owners in the Richmond, Virginia, office set up a Snack Shack to satisfy cravings and support charitable causes.
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