Commercial Interiors, Education



620 Michigan Ave NE, Washington, DC 20064


Catholic University of America


36,000 Sq Ft


In Progress

Services Provided

General Contracting, Infrastructure Upgrades, Self-Perform


Hord, Coplan, Macht Inc.

Summer of 2021, we begin working on Phase II, the demolition and remodel of Leahy Hall at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. When completed in early 2022, the 36,000 square foot renovation will include a complete remodel of the second-floor professional suite of offices and new finishes throughout the building.

Mid Atlantic Contracting is the chosen general contractor to complete the second interior remodel at Catholic University of America’s Leahy Hall. Phase I of the project involved demolishing and renovating interior office spaces at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, and incorporating code-compliant sprinklers into the building infrastructure. Additional interior design features consisted of: a new carpet, new storefront, and stained wood doors covered in a privacy protective film.

As with each education demolition and remodel project, the construction manager and subcontractors of Mid Atlantic Contracting (MAC) take the time to listen and understand the full scope of the project with our clients. We listen and provide advice based on over 25 years in the general contracting and construction industry. Our highly experienced team is well-versed in remodeling higher education facilities while also providing our clients with a detailed, itemized estimate of projected costs. In addition, construction managers at MAC are honest, experienced general contractors who offer on-site assistance to office staff to ensure job sites are safe and operate respectfully. 

Mid Atlantic Construction Management will create a space that mirrors the university’s brand and meets the needs of faculty and students – our mission is to serve higher education’s demand for high quality, efficient construction, and integrated general contractor services.

We are proud to be working with Hord, Coplan, Macht Architects on this project.