MCA's founder Michael Constantine Apergis is a mechanical engineer by training and left the engineering field in 1992 to pursue his passion for the art of building.
His vision: to build a successful business through quality work, attention to detail and reasonable pricing.
MCA continues to succeed in producing great projects and satisfied customers.
- We see remodeling as an artistic and creative challenge. It is an art as well as a science.
- We treat every project with the care and attention we give our own homes.
- Honesty, reliability and responsibility guide our work and our customer relationships
We have worked with homeowners, property managers, interior designers and architects.
A number of the projects we have built have been featured in local and national media. These include Home&Design Magazine, Washington Spaces and HGTV
The client commissioned MCA Remodeling the renovation of a two-bedroom apartment in the popular Logan Circle area of Washington, DC. The space was not much above builder grade, and while many of the functions were left in their original location, their look was upgraded and their finishes seamlessly coordinated with the rest of the space. The length of the openings of the balconies of the two bedrooms upstairs were maximized and new railings were added. The raised office platform is furnished with the same railings as upstairs. Custom shelving with LED lighting at the study area completes the look. Ceilings and ducts were repainted to maximize light reflectance. Kitchen lighting, a glass backsplash and new countertops upgrade the kitchen area.
For this renovation of a three story town house MCA worked inside and out. We opened up the back wall to allow for larger windows and doors that lead out to a new deck. Inside the floors and all interior finishes were replaced. These included wide-plank floors, new metal railings, new paint throughout and a stone clad fireplace. New electrical and plumbing were also part of our work in helping the client and architect realize this great design.
This project was a total renovation of a small condo on the 10th floor of a high rise tower close to McLean, VA. MCA brought the Owner and Architect's vision of "A White Cube in a Grey Space" into reality. The project included all new finishes, a new kitchen, custom millwork, new sculptural bulkheads, replacement of all of the flooring, extensive electrical work, and accommodation of state-of the art A/V equipment.
For this master suite renovation project in Washington, DC. MCA worked with the client's architect to completely transform the bedroom/ study/ bathroom area of their home to a sophisticated retreat. Our work included plumbing and electrical, speciality finishes, new flooring and coordination of custom millwork.
This complete-gut renovation of three bedroom condo in Adams Morgan exemplifies MCA's dedication to the art and science of Construction. This job combined challenging structural reinforcements and modifications along with a highly-detailed design and exotic materials. This project was featured in a cover story in the Washington Post Real Estate Section and on HGTV, and received a Design Award from the International Interior Design Association
Michael and his team became reliable partners in a project that was conceived and executed while I was living overseas. Their attention to detail, friendly attitude and trustworthiness were key to the outcome; my beautiful place that got featured in Washington Post and HGTV. I had several unexpected problems during the renovation and Michael’s approach to problem solving saved me a lot of money and agony. I think Michael still has my keys. When I was living without a kitchen, he used to bake me bread and drop it off. I am hoping I get another loaf one of these days. Michael will you work on my next project with the same reasonable prices after you become famous? Cheers to a great team! - Meral Karasulu
For this penthouse apartment at The Metropole condominium in Logan Circle, MCA's work included replacement of all of the finishes in the space, including installation of a sculptural stone feature wall in the two-story living space. We also performed removal of existing walls, reconfiguration of the second floor partitions and installation of new fixtures and railings. In addition, we worked with the architect in coordinating with speciality millworkers and installers to bring all of the pieces of the renovation together for our clients.
Michael and his team were easy to work with on all aspects of our renovation. The entire team was dedicated, reliable, trustworthy, and very pleasant through even the most challenging aspects of our project. They are problem solvers, creative in their thinking (both inside and outside of the box) when presented change-orders, and always made sure that we got what we wanted and were satisfied with the end project. This was all done at a very fair and competitive price. We would ABSOLUTELY use MCA again for our next home remodeling project. - Sid Stolz and David Hatfield
Penthouse at the Metropole is on the cover of the Fall 2010 issue of Home & Design Magazine.
This apartment renovation centered around reconfiguring the living room, opening up the kitchen and remodeling the masterbedroom suite. The most unusual aspect of the job was enclosing an existing balcony to regain space in the living areas. This project received the Washington Spaces Magazine 2009 "Best of Interior Design" Award.
We have no reservations about wholeheartedly recommending Michael and his team for any construction or remodeling project. Michael is a pleasure to work with and fully lives up to his stated mission by delivering an outcome that incorporates quality work, attention to detail and reasonable pricing. In the time he worked with us, he never lost sight of the fact that he was working on our home -- not a just a project to us -- and that sensitivity meant a lot in dealing with the disruptions that were inherent in the scope of reconstruction we were facing. We always felt that Michael really listened to us, tried to ameliorate any inconveniences, and gave us a beautiful finished product. We were particularly appreciative of his abilities to solve problems creatively and practically. We are pleased to have worked with him and would not hesitate to do so again. - Helene and Steve Bayder
This was the first time we ever remodeled a brand-new home. The owner bought the apartment for the location from the developer and had it redesigned to meet his needs before he moved in. MCA was brought on to build the new space. The project had a high level of design fit and finish with the extra challenge of working in a building that was still under construction. The place turned out beautifully and was featured on TV on the Fine Living Network and in Architecture/DC Magazine.