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.
ADI Construction is working on Vornado’s new corporate headquarters at 2345 Crystal Drive in Arlington. The project will completely renovate 44,688 square feet of space on the 11th and 12th floors, while maintaining all services for an existing tenant on the 11th floor. This LEED project will require outstanding coordination to achieve the aggressive construction schedule. The design, by LSM, includes the type of precise detailing and exquisite finishes for which the architecture firm is noted. The 11th floor will include extensive use of a custom Italian glass and aluminum demountable partition system. ADI is working closely with the design team to ensure that all details meet with the design intent. We are looking forward to providing Vornado with a new headquarter office space that they can be proud to show off.
ABOUT VORNADO / CHARLES E SMITH – Vornado/Charles E. Smith is the Washington division of Vornado Realty Trust, a fully integrated Real Estate Investment Trust. Recognized as the largest owner/manager of commercial properties in the Washington, DC region, Vornado/Charles E. Smith is known for its proven commitment to developing, leasing and managing high-quality, innovative properties at the very best locations. They own and manage 74 office properties containing 18.0 million square feet and seven residential properties containing 2,424 units, primarily located in the District of Columbia and Northern Virginia.
ADI Construction completed the complete renovation of office space into a high-end medical imaging center. Construction included all new mechanical systems and electrical service. Work requiredextensive structural modifications to support the weight of the new equipment, including a 17,000 lb magnet. With a relatively low bar joist height, this required careful coordination of above ceiling work. Careful selection of finishes were used to create a calming atmosphere for the patients. This included Earth tones on walls and flooring, a water feature in the hallway, and lighted landscape murals in the CT and MRI ceilings.
While all of ADI Construction staff receives LEED, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, training, two project managers have stepped up to the plate to receive official accreditation by the U.S. Green Building Council. George Weidinger and Ryan Shaw have received their LEED Green Associate certificate, giving ADI Construction the continued ability to promote sustainable building
and developmental practices. This LEED certificate takes ADI Construction’s services to the next level. For a top general contractor, this means being able to create healthy, high-quality places to work and live with a low environmental impact. Using innovation and responsible building practices, we pride ourselves on being able to provide our clients with high-end, high-performance projects that help preserve our natural resources. By recycling materials, reducing waste, lowering energy consumption and improving operating efficiencies, we assist our clients in creating a sustainable building that is both functional and environmentally friendly.
ADI Construction built Sierra Nevada’s new 24,000 square foot one-of-a-kind local headquarters in Herndon, VA. The signature design, by Studio B2SJ, features a cascading waterfall, dry-laid stone walls and luminous ceilings. Other unique elements include a star-burst pattern terrazzo floor, motorized millwork room-separation partitions that retract into concealed pockets and a separate proposal suite. ADI worked with the project team to meticulously clarify the design intent to ensure that the architect’s creative and innovative design was faithfully and precisely executed.
The complete demolition and reconstruction of the River House Lobby transformed an average space into a truly unique, high-end lobby for this 647 unit apartment building. ADI completed this project while the lobby remained open to residents and visitors. Work included installation of exotic veneers, imported Italian marble flooring, specialty glass and luxury lighting, creating a comfortable and appealing atmosphere for residents to come home to and enjoy.
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.