This year, the District’s biggest office project is Douglas Development’s 655 New York Ave. NW, the 757,000-square-foot future headquarters for The Advisory Board scheduled to open in May. It also ranks as the 16th largest office project in the country this year.
Maryland, Virginia and D.C. appear to be doing a better job of addressing heavily traveled dilapidated bridges than most of the country, according to a report.
Work is moving ahead on the Arlington Memorial Bridge, which means that the overnight traffic pattern will change to accommodate construction lanes.
A gas line relocation will cut Route 175/Annapolis Road/Jessup Road to one lane each way just west of Route 295/Baltimore Washington Parkway.
Suicide rates were highest among men who worked in construction or extraction (oil rigging, mining) jobs and women who worked in arts, design, entertainment, sports and media, the report found.
Major construction that begins this weekend at the King Street Metro station has Alexandria warning riders to avoid being dropped off or picked up at the station in a car for the next two years.
Construction at Reagan National Airport is causing traffic delays in the area, and the ongoing work is expected to last for at least another week or two.
A complete rebuild of much of the George Washington Parkway, including an overhaul of the interchange with Virginia Route 123, is expected in coming years.
The Marriott headquarters construction on Woodmont Avenue reduced on-street parking on the block shared by the diner, according the owners.
Port CEO John Reinhart said in a statement Friday that a 10 to 25 percent tariff could increase costs for expanding one of its terminals.
Following complaints from families being forced out of their homes by construction of toll lanes on Interstate 66, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam promised on WTOP Wednesday that the group would now be treated the right way.
There’s no timeline yet for when the pain is coming, but rehabilitation plans are being finalized for the north end of the George Washington Parkway, and construction will cause congestion.
There are over a dozen active construction projects within just a few blocks of Center Field Gate. The construction is noisy, dusty and, for pedestrians, inconvenient during work hours. Many sidewalks are either closed or constricted by temporary scaffolding.
The Silver Line extension project has found a new problem: A chemical reaction in the concrete that can cause cracks and reduce the service life of concrete structures. A lab will now be testing samples of the concrete from the project to find out the extent of the problem.
Commuters will find changes in the width of the lanes, but the hope is that congestion at one of U.S. 50’s biggest bottlenecks will ease.
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