Recent News

22 October 2018

Alexandria City Public Schools held a public dedication of the new elementary school to a large crowd. This included a short program involving all 450 students. Notable attendees included Ferdinand T. Day’s daughter – Gwen Day-Fuller, City Council members, Congressman Don Beyer, and Deborah S....

05 September 2018

Last Tuesday, the College of William and Mary held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly constructed McLeod Tyler Wellness Center. Students, donors, and members of the Board of Visitors and President of the University all gathered to celebrate the opening of the new building. Named after its...

31 August 2018

Alexandria City Public Schools held a small private ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday to celebrate the official opening of Ferdinand T. Day Elementary School. This marks an important contribution to ACPS, being the first new school to open since 2000. The event was held privately for members of...

16 July 2018

A grand opening celebration was held to celebrate the Fox Building – an exciting new mixed-use historic redevelopment of the former Noxzema factory. The newly renovated building includes residential units over three floors and a parking garage. Common spaces include lobby, fitness center, and pool.

25 June 2018

Occoquan Regional Park celebrated their grand re-opening with an all-day festival last Saturday. The event helped celebrate the recent changes to the park, including new facilities. The festival activities included live music and tours of the new Occoquan Center and River View wedding/events center...

25 May 2018

Certificate of appreciation for 10 years of exhibiting at the Association of School Business Officials MD/DC Annual Spring Conference.

24 May 2018

Gainesville's newest museum. The Cade Museum for Creativity + Innovation recently celebrated its official opening. For coverage, you can check out WJCB (linked here) and The Independent Florida Alligator (linked here). 

14 May 2018

The Grimke School is being redeveloped into a mixed-use building with art exhibition spaces for the African-American Civil War Museum and CulturalDC. The project was recently featured by Urban Turf.

11 May 2018

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held for the new $3.4M, 6,000 SF education center on May 3rd. The project is located on the Morven Museum & Gardens site – a National Historic Landmark in Princeton, NJ. The new building houses ticketing, gift shop, multi-purpose space, administrative offices, and...

26 April 2018

Since 1998, ASHRAE presents an annual scholarship in the name of Mr. Adams. This year's scholarship was awarded to Callie Clark. She is an undergraduate civil and environmental engineering student at the University of California Berkeley.  Recipients are chosen based on studies at a 4-year...