Edifice understands that the skills, talents and unique perspective of our team members, our clients, and our subcontractors, are a key part of our on-going mission to deliver project excellence. Our corporate office and site personnel are dedicated to collaboration, helping us ensure the quality of all deliverables and promoting positive, productive relationships with all project stakeholders. Recent project experience includes Physical and Technical Security upgrades, site preparation and new construction, demolition, repair and renovation of occupied spaces, as well as upgrades to building systems and infrastructure. With each completed project, our team members gain valuable insights and lessons learned which inform and inspire our work.
Edifice supports a number of charitable causes, with a focus on serving veterans of the U.S. armed forces, and at-risk youth in the greater D.C. metropolitan area. The company is especially proud of its ongoing commitments to the following organizations:
Wreaths Across America: Remember, Honor, Teach
Remember the fallen. Honor those who serve. Teach future generations about the sacrifices made to preserve our freedoms.
Every year, Edifice employees remember and honor our veterans, by joining over 1,000,000 citizens nationwide to purchase wreaths and participate in the Wreath Laying Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. In 2017, the Edifice team donated wreaths to honor our service men and women and their families.
One Common Unity
One Common Unity (“OCU”) is a D.C. based non-profit organization whose aim is to reduce the level of violence among youth through arts-based, peace education in schools, summer youth initiatives, festivals and concerts. One Common Unity was founded in 2000, following a string of school shootings in the District. Edifice Solutions is a proud supporter of OCU and its programs.
University of Maryland – School of Architecture
Team Edifice mentors and provides construction support to University of Maryland students competing to win the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon. The students compete with other teams globally to build a full-size solar-powered home, integrating new design and engineering concepts with innovations in construction materials and approach. In 2017, the Edifice/Maryland team won 1st place in the U.S., and 2nd place globally.
To learn more about the winning team, visit: www.sd2017.umd.edu.