ARCADIS, a design and consulting architectural firm, selected ADI Construction to complete their new high-end office, commencing from a demolished space. This space includes multiple conference and huddle rooms – with the large conference room featuring a full wall markerboard. The remaining area features back painted glass, modular art wall panels and upholstered wall systems, along with wood veneer throughout the private offices, open office space, reception area and kitchen.
Under a tight schedule ADI Construction coordinated the demolition of 23,000 sf and completed the installation of a high-end full-floor tenant build-out. Unique design features with an interesting palette of finishes completes this new overall look for Front Point. Inset green lighting is used throughout the space in the reception area, elevator lobby and kitchen. Bright green paint accents various walls and columns, highlighting the green textured glass used within the space.
ADI completed this ultra-modern space for Crystal Tech Fund, right in the heart of Crystal City. This space uses reclaimed barn wood for the ceiling feature when you walk into the reception area, which flows naturally into the kitchen, using the same barn wood for the tables and bar. The flooring is a polished concrete changing from a deep blue to gray throughout the space. A unique etching pattern is used on the glass wall system for decoration and an added bit of privacy.
This project consisted of a 13-phase off-hours law office renovation – to include new paint, carpet, millwork and wallcovering. The main feature of this space includes the installion of the front entry sliding barn doors. ADI constructed new bulkhead height to encapsulate the slider track for these amazing doors.
“Wow!” best describes this astounding pantry and lounge area of GE’s “Imagination Room”. The superb design utilizes varying elevations and shapes in the floating ceilings, as well as bold colors and unique lighting. A more technical part of the project is the sophisticated audio/visual system.
ADI completed the renovation of an existing office interior space for the new offices of Watkins Meegan in Tysons Corner. Walking into the reception area of this space, the project highlights an illuminated, undulating wall, as well as panels of color changing lights lining the opposite wall. A cavart, low profile storefront system was used throughout the space. ADI worked closely with several proprietary vendors to ensure the project was delivered to the client on time, even while overcoming delays caused by the backlog of fire protection submittals by the county.
ADI coordinated the construction of a new custom office space for FCI Federal. This project features open and cloud ceiling elements, and multiple clerestory windows throughout the interior offices that allow natural light to penetrate through the majority of the space. With a major design change consideration in the middle of this project that stalled construction, the project was able to remain on time per the original schedule.
ADI built out four floors in a twelve-story building adjacent to a historic church. The building was modernized with the addition of a four-story stairwell with glass and metal railings. ADI preserved the stained glass windows from the historic church and used them in the new build-out.
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.