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CMA tours ‘capitol’ projects during travels to D.C., suburbs


A complete remodel of the 1800s-era Franklin School, being transformed into a "Planet Word" museum of language
A complete remodel of the 1800s-era Franklin School, being transformed into a “Planet Word” museum of language
With the U.S. Capitol and Washington Monument behind them, the group poses atop Hensel Phelps' renovations to the Martin Federal Reserve Building in downtown Washington, D.C.
With the U.S. Capitol and Washington Monument behind them, the group poses atop Hensel Phelps’ renovations to the Martin Federal Reserve Building in downtown Washington, D.C.
Getting a look inside the Reagan National Airport's new terminal, an Allan Myers project
Getting a look inside the Reagan National Airport’s new terminal, an Allan Myers project
Clark Construction is undertaking this mixed-use county/municipal/retail building in Silver Spring, Md.
Clark Construction is undertaking this mixed-use county/municipal/retail building in Silver Spring, Md.

Penn College’s Construction Management Association recently took 24 students to Washington, D.C., for a tour of six major works-in-progress, including expansion projects at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the Ronald Reagan National Airport.
Photos by Wayne R. Sheppard, assistant professor and department head for construction management

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