Stephanie Jude Receives SMPS Research Triangle Leading Light Award

Stephanie Jude received the 2023-2024 SMPS Research Triangle Leading Light Award, a peer-nominated award that recognizes a long-standing chapter member who consistently goes above and beyond to further the SMPS Research Triangle chapter mission.   “It is such an honor…

Clark Nexsen Wins 2024 Architect’s Newspaper Best of Practice Award

Clark Nexsen has received a 2024 Best of Practice Award in the Architect (XL Firm)—Southeast Region by The Architects Newspaper (AN). Celebrating the companies that create the built environment, the Best of Practice awards recognize business excellence from across the…

Tyler McLauchlan Graduates from Leadership North Carolina Class 31

Tyler McLauchlan, AIA, has graduated from Leadership North Carolina (LNC) as part of its 31st Class. Joining previous Clark Nexsen alumni Peter Aranyi, Richard Fort, and Jeff Yelton, Tyler joined 56 leaders from across the state in completing the program.…

Clark Nexsen Announces Promotions

We are pleased to announce the promotion of Brian Dautel, Sara Melanson, Wes Parker, and Brian Turner to Principal and Steve Lowe and Angie Ritter to Associate Principal. Clark Nexsen has recognized each individual’s contributions, which has helped us continue…

Clark Nexsen Foundation Commits to Supporting Women’s Organizations

For Women’s History Month 2024, the Clark Nexsen Foundation has committed $5,000 to women-empowering nonprofits. In partnership with Clark Nexsen’s Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) group, each of the firm’s nine offices was given $4,500 and selected a local…

Clark Nexsen Says Farewell to Retiring Employees

As 2023 comes to a close, we would like to acknowledge Steve Bennett, PE; Gus Brooks; David Francis, AIA, LEED AP; and Chris Stone, PE, F.NSPE, F.ASCE, LEED AP, who are all retiring from Clark Nexsen at the end of…

Clark Nexsen Announces Greg Deubler as Civil Practice Leader

Clark Nexsen is excited to announce that Greg Deubler, PE, ENV SP, has joined the firm as its new Civil Practice Leader. As Civil Practice Leader, Greg will lead the technical aspects of Clark Nexsen’s Civil Engineering practice and participate…

Clark Nexsen Wins Three 2023 AIA Aspire Design Awards

Clark Nexsen received three American Institute of Architects (AIA) Aspire Design Awards at the 2023 AIA Aspire Conference on September 10 in Asheville, North Carolina, for the Alexandria Center for AgTech, Joyner Park Community Center, and the 421 N Harrington…

Whitney Duffy Awarded VASITE Outstanding Individual Activity Award

Whitney Duffy, PE, PTOE, LEED AP, was recently awarded the 2023 Outstanding Individual Activity Award from the Virginia Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (VASITE) at the VASITE Annual Meeting and Technical Conference on June 15. The award is…

Clark Nexsen Wins Two APWA Mid-Atlantic Awards

Clark Nexsen received two American Public Works Association (APWA) Mid-Atlantic Awards for their work on Herndon Metrorail Intermodal Access Improvements and Mount Pleasant Road Widening Phase I. These awards recognize the use of innovative construction management techniques, completion of the…

Clark Nexsen Announces Promotions

We are excited to announce the promotion of Georgana Turner to Principal and Steve Bennett to Associate Principal. These promotions recognize the significant contributions each has made to Clark Nexsen, continuing our growth as a leading architecture and engineering firm. …

Clark Nexsen Foundation commits $2,000 in scholarship funds to local HBCUs

This month, the Clark Nexsen Foundation, in partnership with Clark Nexsen’s Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) group, has committed $2,000 in scholarship funds to Hampton University and North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University – both historically black colleges…

Ferguson Headquarters 3 Receives ACEC Virginia Honor Award

Clark Nexsen received an Honor Award at the 2023 ACEC Virginia Engineering Excellence Awards Gala on February 2 for the Ferguson Enterprises Headquarters 3 (HQ3) building. The new facility is a collaborative, amenities-rich environment that reflects Ferguson’s shift towards transparency,…

Clymer Cease Retires from Clark Nexsen

Clymer Cease retired from Clark Nexsen at the end of 2022, leaving a legacy that is distinguished by his vision of architecture as a tool to improve society and the experience of the built environment.   Over the course of his…

Ian Vaughan to Serve on Virginia Tech Architecture Advisory Board

Ian Vaughan, AIA, NOMA, was recently elected to serve on Virginia Tech’s Architecture Advisory Board, which provides general guidance on programs, school, and college goals and priorities. “I’m incredibly honored to serve on Virginia Tech’s Architecture Advisory Board. Not only…