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KIPP Ferebee Hope High School and Recreation Center

MCN Build is constructing the KIPP Ferebee-Hope redevelopment project. This brand new state-of-the-art high school will prepare 800 students for success in college, careers, and life. The project will also create a new, cutting-edge community and recreation center, which will house an indoor pool, boxing gym, multipurpose space, and gymnasium. This project is seeking LEED Gold Certification.

The Fields at RFK Campus

MCN Build redeveloped the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium Lot 7. The RFK Multipurpose fields are the first step in converting the impervious asphalt parking lots into usable green space to accommodate the continually growing demand for athletic and recreational facilities in the District. The complex also includes a celebration pavilion for organized community activities and events.

Shepherd Park Community Center and Elementary School Cafeteria

MCN Build constructed a new recreation center addition that connects to the existing Shepherd Elementary School. The elementary school will use the new area during school hours as their gymnasium and dining cafeteria. The project also included renovating the school’s existing warming kitchen and cafeteria to a full cooking kitchen and serving area. This project is LEED Gold Certified.

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library Digital Commons

MCN Build modernized the 45,000 SF digital library and great hall in the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, a building listed on the National Historic Registry. These spaces now feature cutting-edge computer stations and community meeting areas to encourage creativity and artistic endeavors. The library houses more than 70 computers loaded with the latest design software.

FEMS No. 16

MCN Build restored the Fire Engine and Medical Services (FEMS) No. 16 response facility to its original grandeur. The renovated building features new finishes, system upgrades, new windows, site improvements, and a restored facade. Originally built in 1932, the engine house services the emergency needs of the surrounding community, including the White House. This project is seeking LEED Silver certification.

Benning Stoddert Recreation Center

The modernization of the Benning Stoddert Recreation Center created a stunning facility with updated multipurpose space, enlarged locker rooms, administrative offices, a computer room, a fitness center, a kitchen, and an outdoor splash park. The newly renovated center provides more activity space for the Fort Chaplin community and it’s anticipated to achieve LEED Gold certification.

Northern Virginia Bahá’í Regional Center

MCN Build constructed the 20,000 SF Bahá’í Community Center that features a state-of-the-art auditorium, library, information center, kitchen facility, and multipurpose rooms. More than 20 years in the making, the commencement of the Baha’i Center’s construction was a historical event for both the Baha’i and the Northern Virginia community.

African American Civil War Museum

MCN Build modernized the African American Civil War Museum into a centerpiece of the U Street community. The modern historical attraction features interactive display areas, interactive video screens, and observation areas. Commemorating the more than 200,000 U.S. soldiers who served in the United States Colored Troops during the Civil War, these modern, highly educational exhibitions highlight the soldiers and their stories.

Community Action Group

MCN Build delivered a new headquarters for the Community Action Group (CAG), a non-profit organization providing social services to Washington, DC residents. The new 13,000 SF one-story building is used for the organization’s educational, social and community programs.

Marvin Gaye Recreation Center

The Marvin Gaye Recreation Center and Trail project involved the replacement of the entire structure with the addition of two new basketball courts. The new building features a balcony cantilevering over the nearby stream and state-of-the-art finishes. MCN also upgraded sections of the two-mile trail adjacent to the center. This project is seeking LEED Gold Certification.