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DMY Capitol Working On Bread For The City’s New Center

DMY Capitol is proud to be part of the team that is working to build a new center for Bread for the City in Southeast Washington.

DMY Capitol provided geotechnical engineering services for the project. Services included geotechnical drilling, infiltration testing and subsurface investigation.

The 30,000 sq ft facility will be located at 1710 Good Hope Road, SE and will allow the organization to offer expanded social programs, a new primary medical clinic, jobs center and wellness center.

Bread for the City has been at the forefront of fighting poverty in the District of Columbia for more than 40 years and DMY Capitol is proud to be part of the team delivering this new facility, that will be such an important resource for the community.

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DMY Capitol Helps Make The Marion Barry Statue A Reality

DMY Capitol, LLC played a part in making the Marion Barry statue a reality. DMY Capitol provided testing and inspection services at the statue site in front of the District of Columbia City Hall. Work included testing and inspecting the foundation subgrade, foundation reinforcement steel and electrical bonding for the foundation reinforcement steel and upper steel frame, and sampling and testing of the concrete placed for the foundation base.

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DMY Capitol Helping Make The United Stadium A Reality

DMY Capitol employees were on hand during the groundbreaking ceremony for the new DC United Stadium in Buzzard Point. The ceremony took place on Monday, April 25, 2016 and featured DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, representatives of the development team and executives and members of the DC

United along with Talon, the DC United mascot. Under the agreement to build the stadium, the District is required to clear the site of hazardous materials, so DMY Capitol was hired by DGS to provide environmental services. Under the direction of Jeff Mitchell, DMY Capitol’s Environmental Manager,

staff is monitoring the abatement and performing clearance testing to get close-outs in order to obtain the raze permits necessary to demolish the existing buildings and prepare the site for construction.

 

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Steven Arthur - Manager

Steven Arthur Joins DMY Capitol As Facilities Manager

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DMY Capitol is pleased to announce that Steven Arthur has joined the firm as Facilities Manager. Steven brings over 27 years of experience to DMY and has worked on commercial, residential and institutional projects throughout the United States and internationally. Some of his notable local projects include City Center DC, the National Museum of African-American Culture and History and Tysons Corner Center.

Steven will manage the Facilities Department that offers services focused on building enclosure performance. Within the built-environment, Steven and his team will work with clients to provide asset management services including conditions assessments, pre-refurbishment studies and diagnostics/trouble shooting. Quality management services are also offered during new construction and rehabilitation projects.