Award Nominees


ADI Construction has been nominated for the Washington Contractor Awards through AGC of DC for two projects: Crystal Tech Fund and Watkins Meegan – Tysons!





The Nominees
ADI Construction
Clark Construction Group
DAVIS Construction
DPR Construction
Gilbane Building Co.
Grimberg/Amatea JV
Grunley Construction Company
Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
HSU Builders
Independence Excavating
John C. Grimberg Co., Inc.
Norair Engineering
NTC Mazzuca Contracting
Plaza Construction
Shapiro & Duncan
Skanska USA Building Inc.
Smoot Construction
Turner Construction Company
WCS Construction


The Nominated Projects
2 M Street Northwest One
900 G Street
Access Security Gate at Nallin Pond, Fort Detrick, MD
Advisory Board Company Lobby East
Aegis Cruiser Destroyer Training Facility, NSA South Potomac, Dahlgren, VA
Bag House No. 1 and No. 2 Repairs, U.S. Capitol Power Plant
Crystal Tech Fund
Dining Facility and Building 9 Renovation, FBI Academy
Dirksen Senate Office Building Infrastructure Improvements
Eastern Fairfax Elementary School, Falls Church, VA
Federal Courthouse in Greenbelt, MD
GWU Science & Engineering Hall
iJET International
Jefferson-Houston PreK-8 School
Lafayette Building Modernization, Phase 1
Pike 3400
Quantico Military Training Villages
SANUP Package C, Nutrient Management Facility
Sheridan Station Phase III
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Charles McC. Mathias Laboratory Expansion (SERC)
Social Security Administration National Support Center
South Connection 72″ Butterfly Valve Replacement, Dalecarlia Water Treatment Plant
Southeast Tennis and Learning Center
Station House
The Beacon
The Drake (Grunley Construction Company, Inc.)
UHS George Washington University Hospital ICU Renovation
Upgrade Fire Alarm System, Capitol Power Plant, Washington DC
Washington National Cathedral Earthquake Repairs Phase 1
Water Treatment Plant Upgrade Area C, Fort Detrick, MD
Watkins Meegan – Tysons

Project Award – CNCS

ADI Construction has been awarded the 76,250 square foot interior renovation project for the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) in Washington, DC.

The Corporation for National and Community Service is a federal agency that helps more than 5 million Americans improve the lives of their fellow citizens through service. Working hand in hand with local partners, CNCS taps the ingenuity and can-do spirit of the American people to tackle some of the most pressing challenges facing our nation.

CNCS invests in thousands of nonprofit and faith-based groups that are making a difference across the country. They are AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, the Social Innovation Fund, the Volunteer Generation Fund, and more. CNCS states, “We serve, we build, and we make an impact that changes lives and communities.”