Georgetown Elementary – New School Construction

Georgetown Elementary
Georgetown Elementary is a state-of-the-art facility that is part of a larger master planned community. B&D’s foreman name is Richard Sauers and expected finish date is August 2016. Primary goals included: maintaining parity with the schools in the district; creating a child friendly environment; incorporating natural lighting; maximizing energy efficiency; and establishing a state-of-the-art facility with durable…

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Snow Hill High School Renovation

Snow Hill High School
B&D is proud to be the electrical contractor working on the complete renovation of Snow Hill High School in Worcester County. Phase 1 is now complete one year after the initial groundbreaking, and the rest of the project will take another full year. The Snow Hill High School Renovation/Addition will nearly double the size of…

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The Bonifont, Silver Spring, MD

Bonifant Hotel
B&D is working with Donohoe Construction on this impressive project. The Bonifant at Silver Spring is a 149-unit new construction, 11-story high-rise residential apartment building with 6,300SF of ground level retail, located in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland, within blocks from Metro, retail, grocery stores and the new Silver Spring Library. The project will fill a…

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The Wharf – Parcel 5 Hotels, Washington, DC

Wharf Hotel
We are proud to be working with Donohoe Construction on this 300,000 square foot project currently under construction. The property features a dual-branded hotel by Hilton Worldwide and Hyatt Hotels Corporation. The project is targeting LEED Silver Certification. Canopy by Hilton, a 120,000-square-foot luxury hotel, will have 175 keys, and Hyatt House, a 145,000-square-foot extended-stay…

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Hotel Indigo, Alexandria, VA

Work on this project is temporarily on hold because of an interesting archaeological find on the site at 220 South Union Street. Digging through the clay and sand eight feet below the ground, crews found floor planks, huge beams and what may be a repurposed ship’s mast, all intact. Turns out this was the site…

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