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.
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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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ADI completed George Washington University’s new conference center within the four-star Four Seasons Hotel. ADI maintained an aggressive schedule while accommodating the on-going daily operations of this fully occupied established, high-end hotel. The project included a lobby, ballroom and kitchen.
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A DC Icon. Even with permit delays and a strict phasing schedule, ADI completed the project on schedule and in time for the 2009 Presidential Inauguration.
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These three high-end town homes are located two blocks from the Washington Convention Center. The units were constructed with a masonry and precast concrete façade, 10-foot floor heights, wood and stone floors, stone countertops, stone baths, ornate balconies at two levels, on-site parking and a historic shared carriage house. The project required extensive in filling of adjacent empty lots.
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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.
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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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