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Clark Construction Opening 128K SF Tysons Office As Part Of Major Regional Expansion

Clark Construction is on schedule to complete Amazon HQ2's Met Park Development by 2023.

Clark Construction is undertaking a major expansion in a new state, but one that represents a doubled-down commitment to the region where it was founded over a century ago.

Clark has signed a lease for 128K SF for a new office in McLean, Virginia, at Brookfield Properties' Silverline Center, doubled its office footprint in Baltimore, all while keeping its 29K SF office space in Bethesda, the construction giant announced Tuesday. It also said it intends to open a new office in Central Virginia as it takes on more work around Richmond.

"Continuing to serve the region and harnessing the wealth of opportunities and talent that spans from Baltimore to Richmond requires a network of strategic locations," Clark CEO Robby Moser said in a statement. "We are delighted to expand our office footprint throughout the region to meet the needs of our business, better serve our communities, and provide greater opportunities for our team."

Clark is currently renovating its space in Brookfield's building at 7900 Westpark Drive in Tysons, which last underwent major renovations in 2015, according to the property owner's website. The firm expects to move in later this year.

The Fairfax County office would be the construction firm's seventh in the region and supplements affiliate offices established in Lorton and Sterling. Clark is also doubling its office in downtown Baltimore's Stadium Square.

Clark is part of the team building Amazon HQ2's Metropolitan Park development, which features two 22-story office towers and 2.1M SF of development. It also was the general contractor for The Boro in Tysons and The Wharf in D.C. and ranked as the 13th-largest general contractor in the U.S. in 2021, according to Engineering News-Record

“Clark’s expansion in Fairfax County will significantly add to the diversity of our business base here in Northern Virginia,” Victor Hoskins, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority president and CEO, said in a statement. “Their continued growth coupled with the extraordinary care they have shown for the community over the years is yet another testament to how companies can successfully build longevity and thrive in this region.”