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CBG carries forward a 100+-year legacy of quality, craftsmanship, and innovation to complete projects of any type across the country.

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The History of CBG begins with George Hyman
1906
George Hyman begins construction operations in Washington, DC.
1977
The firm creates OMNI Construction to respond to merit shop contracting demand.
1992
OMNI Residential is formed to meet DC’s rising need for multifamily construction.
1996
Hyman and OMNI merge, beginning operations as The Clark Construction Group, Inc. OMNI Residential begins its geographic expansion as Clark Realty Builders.
1996
Clark Realty Builders completes its first tax credit project, Strathmore Court at White Flint in Rockville, Maryland.
2002
Clark Realty Builders partners with the US military on its first of several partnerships, the multi-state, $737 million San Diego Family Housing community.
2003
Clark Realty Builders completes The Blair Towns, the first LEED®-certified residential project in the United States.
2007
The team expands to both coasts, and begins building townhomes, duplexes, apartments, and single-family homes.
2008
CBG completes the military’s first LEED® Platinum new construction: Fairfax Village Neighborhood Center at Fort Belvoir.
2011
CBG begins work on a first-of-its kind Wounded Warrior Home Project: two innovative prototype houses that change the conversation on human-centered design.
CBG has extensive experience with mixed-use communities
2014
CBG welcomes Washington, DC’s first Walmart with the completion of 77H.
CBG Building Company named third-largest multifamily builder
2015
CBG Building Company is named the nation’s third-largest multifamily builder as it reaches new markets.
2015
CBG completes its first Prescient project in a record 13 months at the University of South Florida.
2018
CBG begins construction on UC Davis, the nation’s largest student housing and net-zero community to date.
CBG exceeds $1 billion in high-rise construction
2019
CBG completes 13-story, adaptive reuse Moxy Hotel in downtown Washington, DC and exceeds $1 billion in high-rise construction.
2021
CBG signs Hazel Dallas, surpassing 100,000 total units.
History in the making