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Location :2298 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington DC ACS Delivers New Interiors Assembly and combination of open / closed offices. Size: 13,746sf Contract Date: September 30, 2013 Substantial Completion: January 20, 2015 Value of Contract: $970,887.00 Asset Construction Services was formed in 2008 and has completed projects from $100,000 up to 9 Million.
Location University of Maryland, Bookstore The newly designed Maryland Book Exchange, which features the very latest in retail thinking and theory has been delivered by Asset Construction Services. The focus was on drawing students into the environment, while using cutting-edge merchandise displays to naturally increase the average stay and sale. The contemporary, open environment features high ceilings with exposed ductwork and structural beams. Display areas are strategically placed and lit with flexible track lighting to create dynamic merchandising areas that are easy to change and update. Other “bypass corridor” that is designed to handle the heavy queuing demands of book.
- Tepid Rise for Dodge Momentum Index in February March 14, 2018The Dodge Momentum Index increased 0.5% in February to 146.9 (2000=100) from the revised January reading of 146.2.
- Persistent Workforce Shortages Challenge Commercial Construction Industry as U.S. Building Demands Continue to Grow March 14, 2018The Q1 2018 USG Corporation + U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index (Index), released today, reveals nearly two-thirds of contractors are highly confident that demand for commercial construction will increase over the next year, however, continued concerns around labor shortages have put even greater pressure on the industry.
- Dodge Data & Analytics’ Sweets College Scholarship Program Announces First Winner March 14, 2018Dodge Data & Analytics’ Sweets College Scholarship Program has selected Lais Weba, an interior design student at Virginia Tech, as the first winner of the $2,500 Sweets scholarship.