FEATURED PROJECT: ARCADIS MARYLAND CONSOLIDATION

Hanover, MD

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.

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

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ADI Completes Construction at Warby Parker

Article originally appeared on the Washington Business Journal: ​It’s open: Warby Parker in Shaw is here

Anyone thinking of getting new hipster glasses should head to 9th and U streets NW this weekend, where uber-popular eyewear retailer Warby Parker is now open.
The store is the brand’s second opening in Washington in as many months: a Georgetown location opened at the end of September.

Warby Parker Shaw sticks close to the brand’s signature library inspiration for its stores, with open shelves for the eyeglasses made of solid walnut and checkered terrazzo tile flooring. (The design must be the secret for attracting the young creative class — the effect of Warby’s store is not unlike that of watch and leather goods retailer Shinola, which opened nearby on 14th Street NW last month.)

Opticians are available for questions behind the “reference desk,” and card catalog-style drawers store items behind it. Leather banquets and a chaise lounge encourage people to sit and hang out, and a handful of books from independent publishers available for sale are also there for skimming.
At 1,675 square feet, the Shaw location of Warby Parker is larger than Georgetown, and includes a full-service eye exam room and on-staff eye doctor. The store also has a custom photo booth with background artwork by Alia Penner — including, because it’s D.C., the Lincoln Memorial surrounded by cherry blossoms, natch — as well as illustrations by Maira Kalman decorating the walls.

Warby, which began as an online-only business and also distributes one pair of glasses to someone in need for each pair purchased, has been on a growth spurt. Shaw is Warby’s 18th location, and D.C. is one of only a couple of markets where the brand has more than one store. The company’s headquarters in New York and Los Angeles are the only other markets with multiples.

Stores have been opening slowly at The Shay, one of two high-profile developments in north Shaw from JBG Cos. Right now, Warby Parker and lululemon spinoff Kit and Ace are dominating two of the most prominent corners, but they will be joined later this year or early next year by a host of other trendy brands: menswear retailers Read Wall and Frank & Oak, urban bicycling and skating outfitter Chrome Industries, fashion brand Steven Alan, Australian skincare line Aesop and local retailer Lettie Gooch, among others.
Rebecca Cooper covers retail, restaurants, tourism and the arts.

Weekly Featured Project: Front Point Security – 3rd Floor

Corporate Interior Construction

McLean, VA

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.

To view more: http://www.adigc.com/projects_corporate_frontpoint3.html

Front Point

ADI wins Award of Merit for Ashburn Pediatric Dental Center

Earlier this month at the AGC of DC “Washington Contractor Awards,” ADI was given an Award of Merit for the Ashburn Pediatric Dental Center Project.

Features of this bright, kid-friendly space include curved glass partitions, tiled brushing stations, and 4 play areas with video game consoles.   Technology was a key feature with TV’s over every dental chair and an integrated security & AV system that can be controled via smartphone.  To view more pictures of this high-tech, colorful space: http://www.adigc.com/projects_healthcare_ashburn.html

6 - Open Bay 219 & Brushing Stations
9 - Check-Out Area

Newly Finished Base Building Project: DaVita Dialysis Clinic

Petersburg, VA

ADI Construction completed a new single-story medical building for DaVita Dialysis. ADI developed the entire site, including the replacement of a 3-foot undercut of unsuitable soils prior to construction, and was still able to complete the project on time and within budget. The project features a 30-foot cantilevered entrance canopy. As you enter the space, you are greeted by two dry-stacked, stone feature walls in the waiting area leading into the treatment areas.

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

DaVita Petersburg

 

Breaking Ground! – Higher Achievement

Washington, DC

ADI Construction partners with Vornado / Charles E. Smith to break ground for the opening of the Higher Achievement headquarters project in Washington, DC. Higher Achievement provides rigorous after school and summer academic programs, which close the opportunity gap for middle school youth in at-risk communities, and ADI is proud to be a sponsor of this important organization.

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

Washington, DC

Newly Finished Project: Front Point Security Full Floor Renovation

ADI completed the full floor demolition and renovation of over 23,000 sf for Front Point Security. Walking into the space you are greeted in the reception area with a custom built desk and LED lights. The rest of the space included new, modern technology conference rooms, multiple kitchen areas, and large open work spaces. This suite also makes use of Hafele sliding barn doors in the main offices, training rooms and waiting areas, as well as using Kalwall Systems in executive areas and offices. A high-tech IT room was created that Front Point will use to showcase their work to potential clients.

To view more:

http://www.adigc.com/projects_corporate_frontpoint.html

Vienna, VA