New & Noteworthy

New & Noteworthy

Our Recognitions

  • SanDow awarded Design-Build contract with US Army Corps of Engineers at Ft. Belvoir for an Emergency Call Center.
  • SanDow awarded contract with US General Services Administration for alterations/repairs at Dept. Of Homeland Security HQ at St. Elizabeth’s in Washington DC.
  • SanDow awarded 5 year Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Construction Contract with NAVY - Carderock. 
  • SanDow awarded 5 year ID/IQ contracts for environmental cleanup (asbestos/lead/mold/hazmat) with University of Maryland (UMD) at Towson & Baltimore County campuses. SCI Is already under contract with UMD College Park for the same type of work.
  • SanDow Construction reaches goal of 15 ID/IQ Construction/Enviromental contracts performed simultaneously. 
  • SanDow has performed over 1000 COVID Disinfection projects for Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority since March 2020.
  • SanDow awarded two Construction contracts with National Institute of Standards and Technology. One for the renovation of a base operated gas station and the other for exterior stone paver repairs at Bldg. 101.
  • August 17, 2021 – SanDow ranks #692 on the Inc. 5000 fastest growing Companies in the US – a 706%, three-year growth rate
  • July 2021 - SanDow begins to remediate Mercury vapors from Wooden gym floors in Howard County
  • June 2021 – SanDow/RSC Electrical & Mechanical, JV awarded one of the US Air Force Joint Base Andrews Multi-Award Construction contracts (MACC). The seven-year MACC has a total value of $700,000,000.00
  • June 15th 2021 - SanDow completed Design/ Build of new HQ In Bladensburg MD
  • June 9, 2021 – SanDow awarded a 2020 Safety Excellence award from AGC
SanDow Construction Inc. 5000 Award Logo 2021.
SanDow Construction rank and growth rising through time.

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