Providing Development, Pre-construction and Construction Services Including Design-Build and Management
Wagman Heavy Civil
Providing Heavy and Highway General Construction and Design-Build Services
Providing a variety of Earth Retention Systems and Foundation Support Systems
November 22, 2017
Wagman celebrating its 115th Anniversary this year, hosted family style events in both Pennsylvania and Virginia where the majority of their employees and families live. The events provided employees and their families opportunities to enjoy a special outing and share in a festive celebration.
“Celebrating 115 years is a milestone for any company, especially a family business like ours. We believe the integrity of the people who work at Wagman has been and continues to be instrumental to our success and deserves to be celebrated” states Lisa Wagman Glezer, Vice President of Wagman, Inc. She continues, “We wanted to host family events in Pennsylvania and Virginia to include all of our employees and families for this milestone celebration. We have an amazing Special Events Committee with representation from multiple offices and departments who provided input and were integral in orchestrating these events.”
November 21, 2017
Wagman Heavy Civil representatives joined Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Secretary of Transportation, Pete Rahn, for a ribbon cutting ceremony in celebration of MD 404 opening.
The MD 404 project is a $105M design-build project, for the Maryland State Highway Administration and consisted of the design and construction of MD 404 from a two to four lane divided highway from US 50 to east of Holly Road. This high profile project had an unprecedented 18 month delivery schedule for a design-build project of this magnitude in the state of Maryland. The Construction Joint Venture included three civil contractors: Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. serving as the managing partner, David A. Bramble, Inc. and Allan Myers, Inc. .
October 12, 2017
Wagman Construction has completed construction of the largest-ever renovation in the history of DreamWrights Center for Community Arts in downtown York, Pa. In 2006, Wagman completed the original adaptive reuse of the more than 100-year-old building that once served as a farmer’s market.
The latest $1.8 million renovation includes the addition of a second performance space, ADA-compliant restrooms, a redone lobby, box office and concession area. The renovations support DreamWrights’ goals to support more programs, revitalize and protect its historic building, and ensure long-term sustainability.
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