Branch and Associates Selected for 2nd Project in VCU's Sanger Hall

Jun 14, 2014

Currently managing the renovations of the 1st floor of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Sanger Hall, Branch was recently selected to serve as the Construction Manager at Risk on the Sanger Hall, Phase II Renovations project in Richmond, Virginia. The Phase II project consists of almost 60,000sf of sciences/laboratory and administrative space renovations and the building will remain occupied throughout construction.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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