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News & Announcements

HS Solutions is abuzz with good news. Whether it is winning projects, getting recognized or expanding in size there is always something to celebrate.


August 2018

HS Solutions has made the 2018 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. It is only through the hard work and dedication of our employees and partners that we are able to take our place next to other notable companies who have been honored in the past such as Microsoft, Timberland, Intuit, Chobani and Oracle. We are forever humbled and grateful for everyone who has been a part of our story so far and look forward to many more years of success!


January 2014
Became member of Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) Chesapeake Chapter.


December 2013
Completed SP6160 Passive Intermodulation (PIM) and Voltage Standing Wave Radio (VSWR) certification from CommScope Infrastructure Academy.


September 2013
Partnered with Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) Chesapeake to administer our apprenticeship program.


August 2013
Awarded best “Performance in Technology and Systems” at Paul H. Dunbar High School renovation project.


June 2012
Won first place in the capstone case at Clark Construction’s Strategic Partnership Program.


June 2012
Completed Clark Construction’s Strategic Partnership Program.


May 2012
Won the multi-million contract to renovate the historic and storied Dunbar High School in Washington, DC.


February 2012

Moved to current headquarters at 4201 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC.


August 2011

Selected to Clark Construction’s Strategic Partnership Program affiliated with Dartmouth College.


April 2011

Partnered with Colonial Electric to form a joint venture for the Foundry Lofts development project in Washington, DC.


November 2010

Won the first large-scale, million dollar implementation at the Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, MD.


September 2010

Partnered with Freestate Electric to form a joint venture for the National Academy of Sciences project in Washington, DC.


November 2006

Founded HS Solutions in Washington, DC.