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Subcontractors and specialty firms are beginning to reap the revenues of increased market activity throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

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Specialty Contractors See Opportunities Rising

Firms reap the revenues of increased market activity throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

Top Specialty Contractors

The mid-Atlantic's largest specialty contractors, ranked by 2013 revenues.

D.C.'s New Ballou High School Also Meets Community Needs

District of Columbia’s Ballou High School rises from a challenging site and includes added features to serve wider neighborhood needs.

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