Corporate Headquarters
2254 25th Pl. NE
Washington, D.C. 20018
202-269-6694
F: 202-529-3144
Forbes Office
5100 Forbes Blvd
Lanham, MD 20706
301-772-7155
Baltimore Office
3005 Washington Blvd
Baltimore, MD 21230
410-387-2520
F: 410-387-2501

Prince George’s Yard
2300 Beaver Road
Landover, MD 20785
301-772-5500
F: 301-772-8394

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Awards

We’re proud of our achievements.

MD Quality Initiative Conference Award 

2019 MdQI Partnering – Project Under $5 Million

  • Project Name: MD 224 Bridge over Branch of Potomac River
    General Contractor: Anchor Construction Corporation
    Work began in 2019 with structure replacement with the construction of prestressed concrete slab bridge No. 8054 on MD 224 over a Branch of the Potomac River The work consisted of the following: Removal of the existing deteriorated single span concrete slab bridge Construction of a new single span prestressed concrete slab panel bridge on the same alignment as the existing bridge.  Approach roadway reconstruction and paving.  Placement of traffic barriers, signing, and pavement markings.  Traffic was detoured away from the site during construction.

Craftsmanship Awards

2019 WBC Craftmanship Award

  • Project Name: UPI-Crescent Trail, Washington, DC
    General Contractor: Anchor Construction Corporation
    Work began in 2015 with a 48″ lining project and rehab of 7 manholes. During the lining process it was discovered there were various holes in the C&O canal leaking into the storm drain system/sewer system. These holes were rehabbed and Anchor’s subcontractor AM Liner successful lined 48″ pipe for a distance of 2100 LF. During this process Anchor Construction Corporation rehabbed an old pumping station and designed and formed sluice gates for the old pumping station and Manhole 1 which is the beginning of the project’s 2100 ft. 7 Manholes were rehabbed and lowered to meet parks expectations of being 3 feet high from various ranges of shapes and sizes.

2018 WBC: Craftsmanship Award

  • Project Name: DDOT – Klingle Valley Trail Project, Washington, DC
    Architect: Stantec Architecture
    Engineer: District Department of Transportation
    General Contractor: Anchor Construction Corporation
    The craftsmen working on this project did exceptional work completing utility rehabilitation, concrete retaining walls, stream restoration, storm water management structures, bioretentions swales and ponds, and a porous asphalt trail through the closed section of Kling le Road, NW. This section of the roadway was closed in 1991 after severe flooding damaged and eroded away large portions of roadway between Cortland Place and Porter Streets, NW.

Project

Anchor won two awards for best project of the year in 2018 from WBC and HCCA.

  • SOW included lining of 2100 LF of 48″ sewer pipe, rehab of 7 MH, shotcrete of two enlarged structures, installing temp & permanent bicycle trails, maintaining peds/bicyclist safety. Rehab upstream structure, creating a doghouse manhole for 48″ sewer system, bypassing 169 MGD with two by-passes systems & two diversion systems. creating an environmen-tal pleasing area for peds/bicyclist. Stone facade, installing perma-nent fencing along the Potomac River 96,” making safe old pump-ing station, relocating and exposing MH buried over the years. Welder creating specialized sluice gate system for two structures. Performing specialized restoration and filtering system.

American Public Works Association (APWA) Project of the Year Award- May 2009

  • The APWA Virginia/D.C./Maryland Chapter presented its Project of the Year Award to River Oaks Sanitary Sewer Extension and Improvement. The project provided services to an established community in McLean, Virginia with 112 sanitary sewer connections. The project was accomplished with no lost time, accidents, citations or safety violations.

Safety

Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) Gold Award Winner- 2010 – 2015 and (STEP) Platinum Award Winner 2016-2017

  • Established in 1989 by the ABC National Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) Committee, the Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) program was developed and written by contractors, for contractors. The ABC STEP Gold Award applicants need to meet a certain set of qualifications and the company needs to be at or below NAICS code average for Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR).

The Miss Utility Damage Prevention Committee’s Dig Smart Award- 2011-2012 & 2014-2017

  • The Miss Utility Damage Prevention Committee holds the annual Dig Smart Awards as part of its quest to promote underground utility safety and recognize those who steadily work toward damage prevention. For 2011-12 the committee reviewed entries from some of the safest contractors in Maryland and Washington, D.C., making it a challenge just to pick two winners.

Industry

National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA)’s Ditchdigger of the Year and National Leadership Award- 2014

  • The Ditchdigger of the Year Award is one of the NUCA’s highest honors. Presented annually at NUCA’s convention, the Ditchdigger of the Year is awarded to a contractor member who has made a significant contribution to the association and the underground utility construction and excavation industry.

Moxie Award – Best Construction Company of the Year 2017

  • Moxie Award DC awarded Anchor Construction Corporation on November 8 at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner, for being the boldest and most innovative construction company in the D.C. metro community.