Weekly Featured Project: New Construction – Sully Plaza

Chantilly, VA

 

ADI constructed this 6,000 square-foot pad site located at an existing retail center known as Sully Plaza. Work included site clearing and excavation, poured concrete footers, brick, split face block, EIFS, site lighting and landscaping. This was a limited sized pad site with little room for staging materials. Although the project faced numerous permit delays, which postponed the start of construction from summer to winter, the project was completed on time.

 

To view more: http://www.adigc.com/projects_newconstruction_SullyPlaza.html

 

Sully Plaza

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Weekly Featured Project: Inova Mount Vernon Special Procedures

Alexandria, VA

The goal of this project was to provide a multi-phased implementation of the renovation of 9,000 sf of space within the INOVA Hospital. The scope included the installation of two Special Procedures operating rooms, along with the required Prep and Technical support areas. Extremely careful collaboration was required for the renovation of the public corridors in the work area, which consisted of all new floor, wall and ceiling finishes. All of the work occurred on the first floor, in close proximity to one of the main lobbies, and required that all work be staged so as to allow for uninterrupted use and access to all adjacent areas. ADI successfully engaged the hospital staff project team to satisfy all of the hospital requirements throughout construction.

 

To view more: http://www.adigc.com/projects_healthcare_IMVHSpecialProcedures.html

 

Special Procedures

Weekly Featured Project: Cooper Carry

Alexandria, VA

 

This project received two awards from NAIOP: “Best Interiors, Tenant Space 0-14,999 s.f.” and “Best Environmentally Responsible/Green Construction.” LEED™ points were awarded for the use of the following: green materials; waste management, in which 80% of construction materials were sorted & recycled; ambient lighting; and ADI worked with local producers to minimize transportation costs.

 

To view more: http://www.adigc.com/projects_corporate_CooperCarry.html

 

CooperCarry