Past Projects | Commercial
Dulles Discovery UPS Replacement
The Dulles Discovery UPS Replacement project consisted of installing (4) 1120KVA UPS systems and (4) 2000A switchboards. The intent of the project was to install these UPS systems in parallel with the existing building power to provide a battery backup for the facility’s critical power. The biggest challenge was that ...
1701 Rhode Island Ave
Finished in early 2019, the 1701 Rhode Island Ave project is a 104,000 square foot office building with a two- story garage. The project began with the careful task of demolition of the existing YMCA National Chapter Building. Due to the historic value of the YMCA building, the demolition had ...
The building consists of 6 levels and is used for the commercial manufacture of Unituxin. This is a pharmaceutical drug substance, specifically a biologic, manufactured using a genetically engineered host organism and is used to treat pediatric neuroblastoma (cancer that starts in the nervous system). The site is zero lot ...
WRAIR Bldg. 501 Renovation
The WRAIR Building 501 Design/Build project was completed in September 2018. The project included a complete renovation of 21,000 square feet of a vaccine production facility. A 5,000 square foot addition was also added to the existing building. Work inside the building included several private offices, an open office space, ...
Completed in May 2017, the Ellucian project was an interior commercial tenant office build out. Located along the growing Dulles Corridor, this 98,000 square foot space comprised open office areas along with communal spaces to inspire collaborative thinking. The intricate lighting was the focal point of this project, with many ...
Ingleside at Rock Creek
Ingleside at Rock Creek was the first project of a complete campus renovation. The work was highly technical and precisely planned out due to the occupancy of the building. The work completed by F.B. Harding was performed inside an active retirement home. F.B. Harding furnished and installed a new 2000A ...
Mitre 4 Office Building
This project is an expansion to the MITRE headquarters complex and includes the construction of a 548,000 SF urban office building and garage. The high-rise building consists of 14 stories above plaza level with four additional levels of parking structure beneath. This project was a phased renovation on an existing ...
5601 Fishers Lane
The building is constructed as the headquarters for a GSA tenant in Rockville, MD. It consists of 519,000 square feet of open landscape space (including 15,000 square feet of Research Data Computing Facility and support spaces), and 210,000 square feet of parking garage. The building encompassed a 12.68 acre site....
USDA Building 306
The building renovation was a complete gut and rebuild contract, requiring all non-structural components to be removed and replaced per the new design. The design-build contract went to the Whiting-Turner Contracting Company.
The Bee Research Laboratory and the Bovine Function Genomics Laboratory will occupy this building.
National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation
The building is served by a 2500A 480V service from Dominion Virginia Power.
The emergency power system utilized two 600KW bi-fuel (Natural Gas Prime Diesel Backup) generators connected in parallel. The generators and associated paralleling equipment are located remote from the building and underground feeders were provided to strategically ...
National Cancer Institute
The project was built using virtual construction techniques with the general contractor controlling the BIM model and coordination process. This process assured that the systems were “done right” the first time and eliminated excessive punchlist and schedule delays.
The building is served by eight independent PEPCO electrical services (Six 4000A ...
Reston Office is a 140,000 square foot, six-story office building located off the Dulles Toll Road in Reston, Fairfax County, Virginia. Situated in the heart of JBG’s Reston Heights development, the site is in close proximity to Dulles Airport, Reston Town Center, and the Reston National Golf Course.
This project required the use of GPS coordinates for all of the light fixtures and junction boxes that were integrated into the circular concrete structure. The exposed concrete areas that became a featured architectural element along with the upper level executive suites required special care during concrete “rough-in.” These upper ...