Washington DC Construction News
The museum expects to reopen next spring.
The city’s built environment is transforming with these megaprojects.
City documents specify "selective demolition of underground cell structures."
People won’t be able to use the bridge for an entire weekend.
The updates will include new sidewalks, bathrooms, and an underground museum.
The dual office towers will have ground-floor retail and rooftop decks.
The city has awarded a roughly $425,000 contract for the project.
A detour was needed to make space for construction on an adjacent park.
On display: "A Right to the City," an exhibit about D.C.’s recent transformation
Other parts of the Comprehensive Plan will be updated in the coming months.
JBG Smith has filed plans to remake 2.6 million square feet of space.
The road will be accessible around noon September 27, the National Park Service says.
Officials will hold a meeting about the highly anticipated project next week.
A bike lane and new crosswalks are slated for a highly trafficked intersection.
The District is looking for a contractor to complete the $13 million project.
The project would create a new rail bridge, doubling the corridor’s capacity.
The city will launch the design process for the project this month.
Six stations on the Blue and Yellow lines have reopened with upgrades
A ribbon cutting with local and federal officials is planned for September 12.
Officials say the properties need at least $2.2 billion in deferred maintenance.
It’s the first expansion of the site since its dedication in 1971.
The traffic changes are needed to repave the road, the city says.
The Klingle Valley Trail shuts down September 3.
The metro area ranks 52 out of 58 for ease of new development.
Urban planning officials are aiming to produce 36,000 new units by 2025.
Over a mile of the trail is getting new LED streetlights.
The closure stems from construction on a new White House fence.
Construction on the next phase of the Washington Gateway project will begin soon
The trail will receive design changes expected to be completed in November
D.C.’s library system is looking for an operator to offer workforce development
The project is intended to make the estate more energy-efficient and accessible
The temporary facility will be located near the Waterfront Metro station
Construction on a major project off Rhode Island Avenue NE is now underway
The project survived a lawsuit by neighbors earlier this month