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By investing in commercial and infrastructure development, ENR MidAtlantic's Contractor of the Year has significantly enhanced its presence in the region.

MidAtlantic Top Features

Development Dollars Help Skanska Soar

By investing in commercial and infrastructure development, ENR MidAtlantic's Contractor of the Year has significantly enhanced its presence in the region.

Top Contractors Realize Gradual Revenue Gains

Although some market sectors, like multi-unit residential, are improving, most contractors see total revenues below precession levels.

Top Contractors

The mid-Atantic's largest general contractors and construction managers, ranked by 2013 revenues.

Life in the Express Lanes on the D.C. Area I-95 Project

Expedited construction aims to improve traffic flow through one of metropolitan Washington’s most congested corridors.

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June 9, 2014 Edition 06/09/14 Featuring ENR MidAtlantic's Top Design Firms, Design Firm of the Year and the 95 Express Lanes project near Washington, D.C.

April 14, 2014 Edition 04/14/14 Featuring ENR MidAtlantic's Owner of the Year; Natural Gas Boom; and the Buerger Center Pediatric Care Hospital Construction.

February 17, 2014 Edition 02/17/14 Featuring ENR MidAtlantic's Top 20 Under 40; Five Trends To Watch in 2014 and the Washington Monument Repair Project.

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