Newly Finished Project – SBA Conference Room

ADI completed the demolition of the existing mail room and storage spaces to create a brand new 30,000 sf training facility and conference room for the Small Business Administration in the basement of the building. The conference room can be divided into three smaller rooms, if needed, by hidden partitions or used as one large facility. This project required 40 tons of steel to mount the floating, sound proofed ceiling. Another phase of the project included a break room on the 7th and 8th floors.

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SBA Conference Room

ADI wins Washington Contractor Award!

We won an award for our work on the US Courts in the category of Interior Project – Contractors under $75 Million from the AGC of DC.


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Approaching the finish of the US Courts

We are approaching the finish of this one of a kind project. This project of legal offices includes construction on several chambers, offices for law clerks, a hearing room and ancillary support spaces. The design incorporates the extensive use of custom millwork paneling and cabinetry. The overall appearance includes traditional elements, such as window draperies and wood wainscoting, yet incorporates a technologically advanced system within the framework.


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US Courts Award

ADI Construction was awarded the project of building new offices for three separate entities. The project includes several chambers, offices for law clerks, a hearing room and ancillary support spaces. The design incorporates varied ceiling heights in many of the featured spaces. ADI will be required to carefully coordinate the installation of all above ceiling MEP components to provide the maximum ceiling heights possible, while eliminating conflicts with the proposed lighting layout. Even before construction activity began on site, ADI was working diligently to investigate and coordinate the layout of the work of all trades to ensure that the project design intent would be successfully achieved. Each building employ finishes that are unique to their space. But all three also have common elements, the most obvious being the extensive use of custom stained millwork and paneling. The end result will be a project that will appropriately reflect the dignity of the client, with a meticulous attention to every detail. At the same time, the project will use energy-efficient lighting throughout and will incorporate green building practices.


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