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Our People Perform
Our featured case study this quarter is a high-rise residential project, The Dalton at Braddock Gateway. This 14-story apartment building (not including two garage levels) is the tallest building in the complex with impressive, unobstructed views of Washington, DC and the Potomac River.
On the eve of the US government's decision to terminate Temporary Protected Status for citizens of certain countries, S&D's Journeyman Plumber Oscar Cortez and Welder Jaime Contreras sat down with the Washington Post to share their journeys and the anticipated repercussions if enacted. Shapiro and Duncan has employed Salvadoran workers in a variety of positions, from management level to the field level. The construction industry continues to face a skilled labor scarcity and retaining and training skilled workers is a must. Read the full story here.
Our People Take Pride in their Work
Shapiro & Duncan is an Equal Opportunity Employer and an Affirmative Action Employer. We are committed to diversity in our organization. Our clients benefit from our education/training, experience professionals and skilled craftsmen/women.
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Our People Serve the Community
How have we stayed active in the community in the past few months?
Thank you to Clark Construction for our continued collaboration with Team River USA and their Annual River Runner DC Biathlon
We welcomed over 3,000 visitors at the Washington Building Museum's BIG BUILD event who were eager to learn about the various trades, and hopefully learn to share our passion for the industry. Watch video here.
Shapiro & Duncan's Human Resource Department celebrated National Apprenticeship Week and Career Development Month by attending Thomas Edison Academy's Annual Apprenticeship and Skilled Workforce Career Fair. Read more.