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The Nannie Helen at 4800 

A 70-unit, 90,000 square foot mixed-finance mixed-use project located in Ward 7 of Washington DC.Project Community Capital® provided workforce development and Section 3/WBE/MBE/SBE community engagement, and resident and subcontractor screening and hiring management .  PCC also wrote the initial Human Capital plan for the project. The Nannie Helen has won numerous awards for design and economic impact achievement. The Nannie Helen was also cited in the 2014 Quadel Consulting and Training Report as the only project at that time that met the Human Capital requirements in a manner that District of Columbia Housing Authority approved.


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Beacon Center

A mixed-use development project located on Georgia Avenue NW in Washington DC. The project consists of a church renovation and expansion, 99 units of affordable housing, a recreation center and a retail storefront that will house a culinary arts training program.  PCC was engaged by the owner/developer to perform community outreach and screening. PCC developed a database utilizing its PCC portal and connected subcontractor to “Ready-to-Work” individuals. The general contractor engaged PCC to deliver compliance services and be the liaison between the general contractor and its subcontractors and the District of Columbia government.


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Port Covington – Building E1

A mixed-use development project located on Port Covington in Baltimore City.  The project is comprised of apartments and retail. PCC is partnered with the general contractor – a joint venture of NREUV Contracting and CBG Building group.  PCC is currently performing outreach for the project and expects to starting providing job connections between March and September of 2020.