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GCS-SIGAL, LLC Celebrates Groundbreaking of John and Jill Ker Conway Residence

Washington, DC, November 2014—Helping to end veteran homelessness and provide low-income housing, GCS-SIGAL, LLC celebrated the groundbreaking of the John and Jill Ker Conway Residence on Monday, November 10th. The event was attended by Mayor Vincent Gray, Executive Director of the DC Housing Authority Adrianne Todman, the Executive Director of the US Interagency Council on […]

GCS Wins NAIOP MD/DC Award of Excellence

Washington, DC, October 2014 – GCS, Inc. won an award at this year’s NAIOP MD/DC 2014 Awards of Excellence. The 12th Annual Awards of Excellence Gala was held on Thursday, October 2 at the Willard InterContinental Washington, DC. Francis L. Cardozo Education Campus – Award of Excellence for Best Renovation – Capital Improvement Under the […]

GCS-SIGAL, LLC to Build Mixed-Use North Capitol Commons

Washington, DC, September 2014—GCS-SIGAL, LLC has been awarded the new construction of North Capitol Commons in the NoMa neighborhood of DC. This 87,000 SF mixed-use residential community is located on one of the main roads leading to the United States Capitol, offering residents monumental views of the north and south of North Capitol Street. The […]

WBJ Honors The SIGAL Companies with Corporate Philanthropy Awards

Washington, DC, July 2014 — The Washington Business Journal honored The SIGAL Companies as a top Corporate Philanthropist in the Greater Washington Area by both volunteer hours and monetary giving. The awards were presented on Thursday, June 19th at the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner. The volunteer program for The SIGAL Companies continues to flourish. Select […]

Duke Ellington School of the Arts Modernization Awarded to GCS-SIGAL, LLC

Washington, DC, June 2014—GCS-SIGAL, LLC has been awarded the renovation and expansion of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, DC. This Design-Build project will expand the historic facility from 176,000 SF to approximately 294,900 SF in order to accommodate its current and future needs. Named after composer/musician and DC-native Edward Kennedy “Duke” […]

GCS-SIGAL Honored with Award of Excellence in Historic Preservation

Washington, DC, May 2014 — The joint venture of GCS-SIGAL, LLC will be receiving the Historic Preservation Review Board Chair’s Award for Francis L. Cardozo High School at the DC Preservation League’s Awards for Excellence in Historic Preservation on Thursday, May 15. Awards will be presented to individuals, business and local organizations for exemplary work […]

The SIGAL Companies Collect Three WBC Craftsmanship Awards

Washington, DC, March 2014—GCS, Inc. and SIGAL Construction Corporation received three Craftsmanship Awards at this year’s Washington Building Congress Craftsmanship Awards Banquet – Flooring (including wood, carpet and resilient floor tile) and Ceramic Tile and Terrazzo for the Francis L. Cardozo Education Campus, and Doors and Windows for the Maret School Summer Renovation.  The annual Banquet was […]

The Sigal Companies Spend Last Quarter of 2013 Giving Back

Arlington, VA, January 2014— GCS, Inc. and SIGAL Construction Corporation actively spent the last quarter of 2013 giving back to the community on a local and national level. With a volunteer program that continues to thrive, employees of both organizations participated in the following events over the past few months: A team of employees and friends […]

GCS-SIGAL, LLC Celebrates Cardozo High School Ribbon Cutting

Washington, DC, November, 2013—The team of GCS-SIGAL, LLC, Hartman Cox Architects and Grimm + Parker Architects recently completed the full modernization of the Francis L. Cardozo Education Campus (“Cardozo”) in Columbia Heights. Mayor Vincent Gray, other public officials and the community celebrated the historic school’s renovation and renewal with a ribbon cutting and neighborhood gathering. […]

Cardozo Team Commended by Columbia Heights Neighbors

Arlington, VA, July, 2013— The construction team of GCS-SIGAL, LLC was recently praised for its efforts at Cardozo High School on a local DC neighborhood blog website. The article on PoPville.com states “… I have to give the construction crew a lot of credit. The same guys have been working traffic on the corner of […]

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