Digital Loudoun North
Client: Digital Realty Trust
Location: Loudoun County, Virginia
Project Description:
Four 2-Story Data Center buildings totaling approximately 1.1 million square feet and 73 Mega Watts of IT power.
Completed: 2016

University Commerce Center
Location: Ashburn Virginia
Client: Clarke-Hook Corporation
Building A: 2006
Building C: 2009
Building B: 2019
Speculative Office/Retail campus consisting of four buildings totaling approximately 139,000 s.f.

Faith Bible Church
Client: Faith Bible Church
Location: Ashburn, Virginia
Description: Two-Story new building of 58,000 s.f. consisting of sanctuary, offices, educational and fellowship spaces.
Completion: 2015

Belvoir Corporate Campus
Client: Loisdale 24, LLC/Rubenstein Properties, LP
Location: Fairfax County, Virginia
Description: Two Four-Story Speculative office buildings with Concourse Levels, comprising 112,500 s.f. each
Completed: 2014

Client: Sawtooth Developers, LLC
Location: Loudoun County, VA
Description: Master planned for approximately 2.4 million square feet of flex/warehouse space on 320 acres.
Phase 1 includes two 1-Story FlexTech Buildings totaling 92,000 s.f., and four 1-Story Warehouse Buildings totaling 273,000 s.f.
Completed: Phase 1, 2009

Reston Crescent
Client: The JBG Companies
Location: Reston Virginia
Description: Office park consisting of two Six-Story Speculative Office Buildings of 196,000 s.f. each
Completion dates: Bldg 1 – 2001; Bldg 2 – 2008

Cranberry Woods
Client:Trammell Crow Northeast, Inc.
Location: Cranberry Township, PA
Description: Office park consisting of four Four-Story Speculative Office Buildings, varying from 112,000 to 126,000 s.f.
Completion dates: Bldg 800 – 1999; Bldg 700 – 2001; Bldg 500 – 2003; Bldg 600 – 2007

1200 Atwater Boullevard
Client: Trammell Crow Northeast Metro, Inc.
Location: Tredyffrin Township, PA
Description: Two-Story speculative office building of approximately 158,000 s.f.
Completed: 2003

Isaac Newton Square
Client: Peter Lawrence of Virginia
Location: Reston Virginia
Description: Isaac Newton Square was the first office park in Reston, Virginia. 1943 Isaac Newton Square is the first phase in the redevelopment of the park. The design evolved from the original classic Virginia campus design of the park and its magnificent existing 40 foot oak trees, with a classic, reserved, traditional Architectural Vocabulary. The project is in context with it’s neighbors while establishing a new and flexible architectural direction. • 4 Stories • 77,098 Gross Square Feet • Completion Date: August 2000