Claudia Workman

The Claudia L. Workman Fish & Wildlife Education Center, named in honor of the late Claudia Workman by her husband Jack who donated 102 acres on the west side of Corridor G (U.S. Rt. 119) for permanent protection as a conservation area, is a Wolf Creek Contracting project for the West Virginia Department of Transportation. A few key elements of the 7,000 SF educational facility new build include concrete masonry load-bearing perimeter walls supported on concrete foundations; Wood and steel framed roof with standing seam metal roof covering over insulated roof decking; Aluminum-framed entrances, storefront framing, and glazed curtain wall construction; Masonry interior partition walls; Concrete floor slabs; Interior finishes; Related Plumbing, HVAC, and Electrical work; and Site utilities and site improvements including paving and landscaping. Wolf Creek Contracting was awarded the project through the competitive bid process and are providing general contracting services as well as self-performing multiple scopes of work.

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Claudia Workman


West Virginia Department of Natural Resources


South Charleston, WV


New Build

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