Benson projects don’t just include world-renown skyscrapers—they also include emergency glass repair and everything in between.

Clark Construction is proud to announce that the Long Beach Civic Center is the recipient of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) Western Pacific Region’s Project of the Year award.

When 875 North Michigan Avenue, formerly the John Hancock Center, opened on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile in 1969, it signaled a departure from the all-too-prevalent trabeated Miesian skyscraper.

The Air Force’s Thunderbirds and the Navy’s Blue Angels flew together over New York, NY as a tribute to the medical personnel, first responders and other essential workers.

One of our most recognized projects that we were fortunate to work on, One Manhattan West in downtown New York, NY., will soon have a sibling!

USGlass Magazine just released the winners of their “Inaugural USGlass Design Awards” and we’re pleased to announce that a project we were honored to be part of, 181 Fremont in San Francisco, CA, was the winner for “High-Rise Construction.”

Last week, we shared with you that the San Francisco, CA project, Gateway of Pacific (GOP), was beginning performance mock-ups (PMUs). This week, we have some exceptionally good news to share—testing went perfect with the units passing all phases!

Construction on Gateway of Pacific in San Francisco, CA is in full-swing and Benson is happy to be such a large part of it.

One Manhattan West is open and ready for business! The tallest–and first tower to be completed–One Manhattan West has opened its doors to offer up 2.1 million square feet worth of office space.

MiTek Inc’s Structural Framing Division just held its leadership meeting at Benson’s Portland, OR office. Some Benson employees were given the chance to sit down and have “Coffee & Conversation” with MiTek’s CEO and Chairman Mark Thom.