Job Description: McCullough Interns report to the Project Manager(s) and/or Project Superintendent(s). Engineering role will include assistance with obtaining, coordinating and distributing the information and authorizations required to keep the project moving within a timely matter and within budget. Superintendent role requires maintaining daily contact with subcontractor’s representatives, forepersons and other staff, as well as […]
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As business associates see it, Washington, D.C.-based developer Douglas Jemal deserves as much credit as anyone for helping to preserve the District of Columbia’s cityscape. Jemal, the founder and president of Douglas Development Corp., has carried out many historic preservation projects in downtown D.C. and spurred the revitalization of entire underdeveloped neighborhoods elsewhere in the […]
You keeping up with everything happening at the corner of Minnesota Avenue and Benning Road? A big mixed-use project just delivered, an out-of-town investor is spending big bucks on a shopping center down the street, and Ward 7 will soon have the critical mass it’s long pined for. (Even the traffic light is changing, though […]
The Wonder Bread Factory project, designed by R2L: Architects, preserves the brick outer walls of the old Wonder Bread factory building at 641 S Street, NW, while completely rebuilding the interior to create a project with 98,000 square feet of retail and office space on four levels plus a basement.
The Central Union Mission has sold its 14th Street headquarters in Northwest D.C. for $7 million to development company Alturas LLC as it prepares to move to other locations in the District.
The red sign that reads “Come Unto Me” over the Central Union Mission on 14th and R streets NW is meant for the homeless men whom the shelter has been serving since 1983. But these days it seems to be calling out to urban hipsters, too.
“What makes McCullough Construction special is that they hold themselves to very high standards in everything that they undertake. They pay very close attention to detail during all phases of a project — and this includes pre-construction planning and post-construction punch-out. Aside from the actual physical construction, the individuals there have the highest level of honesty and integrity. We look forward to working with McCullough on many projects in the future.”
“McCullough Construction, LLC has performed several major renovations for our firm over the past eight years. The majority of these projects included a complete replacement of building mechanical and electrical systems. Their work has been superior, completed within the project schedule and within budget. We would not hesitate to have McCullough Construction work on any future projects and would highly recommend them.”
“McCullough played a key role in transforming a vacant lot into a distinctive Class A Office and Retail project in the heart of historic Annapolis, MD. They successfully addressed the many challenges of the project site and thrived in the urban environment. The City of Annapolis Mayor’s office called several times during the project’s construction to applaud McCullough efforts in minimizing any interference with the public and adjacent businesses. Tom McCullough’s personal involvement from pre-construction through closeout added confidence to the entire project team.”
“McCullough Construction, LLC recently completed a major renovation of our hotel in Washington, DC. The work took place in a fully operational hotel and included the renovation of structural, mechanical and plumbing systems. This project was a “fast track” project and McCullough Construction’s work was on time and under budget.”