Aeon Closing Out 2014 Strong

30 Dec

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As 2014 draws to a close, we here at Aeon are proud of this year’s accomplishments. We continue to play a strong role on large Federal projects for GSA and in collaboration with our teaming partners at Turner Smoot at other large scale endeavors. We are doing projects at Smithsonian properties, both historic and not. We are also working on private commercial clients including work on over 20 smaller historic buildings in conjunction with various Douglass Development projects. Smaller more intimate projects continue to play a strong role in our portfolio with masonry conservation projects such as the c1860s Grace Church in Georgetown and the c1725 Lynnhaven House in Virginia Beach under way.

2015 is already shaping up strong with ongoing work at our big contracts and other smaller projects such as restoration of the Mexican Monument at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, with many other projects in the wind. One of our New Years resolutions is to be much better about sharing some of the more interesting aspects of our work with you on line. Here’s hoping the New Year brings you good fortune and fascinating endeavors. Cheers!

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