April 16, 2019
Wagman Construction has completed renovations on the new 1741 Club at PeoplesBank Park in downtown York, Pa.
The stadium’s former White Rose Hall has been converted into the 1741 Club, named for the year York was founded. The 3,200 square-foot space was designed to be targeted as an attractive and relaxed venue for businesses taking out club memberships.
April 9, 2019
Gerry Hargis recently joined Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. as senior construction manager. We are proud to announce that Gerry Hargis recently joined our award-winning team to support the expansion of design-build services performed by our Virginia-based operations.
Gerry brings over 40 years of experience managing complex heavy civil, bridge, marine, railroad, and industrial projects from proposal through all phases of permitting, design, and construction.
April 5, 2019
Joe Corson recently joined Wagman Construction, Inc. as director of business development for Maryland. Mr. Corson is responsible for expanding the firm’s participation in opportunities and enhancing client relationships throughout the state of Maryland.
With over 30 years of experience in the construction industry, Mr. Corson possesses intimate knowledge of industry trends as well as construction project approach and procurement. As director of business development, he will identify, plan, and develop opportunities for collaboration and cultivate relationships with industry partners. Mr. Corson holds a bachelor of science in business administration and marketing from the University of Baltimore.
April 3, 2019
Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. and project partner Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. were thrilled to receive the 2019 Merit Award for the Odd Fellows Road Interchange project at the Engineering Excellence Awards Gala, hosted by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Virginia. The event, which was held on February 7 at the Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, recognizes outstanding engineering achievements in Virginia.
March 15, 2019
On February 22, 2019, Wagman’s Berryville, Virginia office received a Gold Award for their support of the 2018 United Way Northern Shenandoah Valley (NSV) Campaign. The award was presented during the United Way of NSV’s 73rd Annual Report Meeting and Recognition Dinner.
March 1, 2019
Wagman Construction, Inc. announces they have awarded their first Pillar of Excellence Subcontractor Safety Award to CCE Specialties of King George, Virginia. The purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding safety performance. CCE was nominated based on their superior safety performance on Wagman’s Tribute at Black Hill project for Thrive Senior Living in Germantown, Maryland.
February 28, 2019
Wagman recently welcomed Stephanie Kennedy, SPHR as vice president of human resources.
Ms. Kennedy brings over 20 years of human resources experience, including talent acquisition, onboarding, training and development and employee engagement for both private and public companies.
February 22, 2019
Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. representatives joined project partners and Governor John Carney, US Senator Tom Carper, US Representative Lisa Blunt Rochester, Department of Transportation Secretary Jennifer Cohan, Delaware Transit Corp. CEO John Sisson, state and local officials, and representatives from the Delaware Department of Transportation for a ceremony at the Darley House on February 21, 2019 to celebrate construction plans for the new Claymont Regional Transportation Center (CRTC).
February 6, 2019
On January 31, 2019, the Maryland Quality Initiative (MdQI) hosted its annual Awards of Excellence banquet during the 26th MdQI Conference in Baltimore, Md. These awards are open to engineers and contractors who successfully deliver public sector transportation projects in the state of Maryland. Wagman received three awards for their work on the MD 404 project in Denton, Md.
January 21, 2019
Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. announces they have been awarded the contract for the Claymont Regional Transportation Center (RTC) in New Castle County, De. The Claymont RTC is the northernmost of the state’s four train stations and links Delaware to the Philadelphia region.
The $54 million design-build project, awarded by the State of Delaware, includes a three-tiered parking garage and plaza area with ticketing space, restrooms and other amenities; two elevated platforms with canopies; a pedestrian bridge with associated towers; at-grade parking; and a new roadway and shared-use path connecting existing pedestrian and bicycle facilities. Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT) is supporting Wagman as the Designer of Record.
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- Wagman Completes Transformation of New 1741 Club at PeoplesBank Park
- Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. Welcomes Gerry Hargis as Senior Construction Manager
- Wagman Construction, Inc. Welcomes Joe Corson as Director of Business Development for Maryland
- Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. Project Awarded for Engineering Excellence
- Wagman’s Berryville, VA Office Receives United Way Gold Award
- Wagman Construction, Inc. Presents First Subcontractor Award
- Wagman Welcomes Stephanie Kennedy, SPHR as Vice President of Human Resources
- Wagman Celebrates Construction Plans for Claymont Regional Transportation Center
- Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. Recognized with Three Awards for MD 404 Project
- Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. Awarded Contract for Claymont Regional Transportation Center