Meany & Oliver Companies for Building Adaptive Re-Use Ferdinand T. Day School (Courtesy Photo)

“Focus on Excellence” was the theme of the Best of National Association of Industrial and Office Properties Northern Virginia Awards held Nov. 15, 2018 at The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons with almost 800 people registered. Thirty-one awards were presented in the following categories: Interiors, Membership, Transactions and Buildings. The Awards Gala was an opportunity to celebrate significant new and renovated contributions to Northern Virginia by the commercial, industrial and mixed-use real estate community. Awards were given in the following categories:

Buildings 
Data Center
Award of Merit for Building L1 Core and Shell, submitted by HITT Contracting Inc. and located in Ashburn.

Adaptive Re-Use
Award of Merit for Northside Social - Falls Church, submitted by City of Falls Church and located in the City of Falls
Church.
Award of Merit for Liberty Crest, submitted by Elm Street Development and located in the Lorton area of Fairfax County.
Award of Excellence for Ferdinand T. Day Elementary School, submitted by Meany & Oliver Companies, Inc. and located
in the City of Alexandria. NAIOP Members on the team include: Alexandria City Public Schools.

Capital Improvements - Institutional
Award of Excellence for National Museum of the Marine Corps Expansion, submitted by Balfour Beatty and located in
Prince William County.

Capital Improvements - Non-Institutional
Award of Merit for Water Park Towers, submitted by Spectrum Inc. General Contracting and located in Crystal City.
Award of Excellence for RTC West, submitted by L.F. Jennings and located in Reston. NAIOP Members on the team
include: JBG SMITH and Orr Partners.
Award of Excellence for Coppermine Commons, submitted by Davis, Carter, Scott Ltd and located in Fairfax County.
NAIOP Members on the team include: Normandy Real Estate Partners, Avison Young, and VIKA.

Build-to-Suit Institutional Facility Under $30 Million
Award of Excellence for Jean R. Packard Occoquan Center, submitted by Forrester Construction and located in the
Lorton area of Fairfax County.

Build-to-Suit Institutional Facility $30 Million and Above
Award of Excellence for Dulles South Recreation & Community Center, submitted by Forrester Construction and located
in Loudoun County. NAIOP Members on the team include: Loudoun County Government and HGA Architects and
Engineers.

Hospitality/Retail
Award of Merit for Homewood Suites by Hilton, Arlington-Rosslyn-Key Bridge, submitted by B. F. Saul Company and
located in Rosslyn. NAIOP Members on the team include: Donohoe Construction Company.
Award of Excellence for Mellow Mushroom Chantilly, submitted by Architecture, Incorporated and located in Chantilly.

Mixed-Use Project – Single Building
Award of Merit for Latitude, submitted by Davis, Carter, Scott Ltd and located in Virginia Square area of Arlington.
NAIOP Members on the team include: CBG Building Company, VIKA, Wells & Associates, GeoConcepts and Walsh Colucci
Lubeley & Walsh PC.
Award of Excellence for Lincoln at Tinner Hill, submitted by Lincoln Property Company and located in the City of Falls
Church. NAIOP Members on the team include: Rappaport, LandDesign, Walter L Philips and VIKA.

Mixed-Use Project – Multi-Building 
Award of Excellence for Central Place, submitted by JBG SMITH and located in Rosslyn. NAIOP Members on the team
include: Clark Construction Group.

Multi-Family Residential
Award of Excellence for EXO, submitted by View, Inc. and located in Reston.

R&D/Industrial/Flex
Award of Merit for I-66 Business Park, Building 6, submitted by Merritt Properties and located in Prince William County.
NAIOP Members on the team include: Merritt Construction Services.
Award of Excellence for Ashburn Crossing, submitted by St. John Properties, Inc. and located in Ashburn.

Speculative Office Building – 7-14 Stories
Award of Excellence for 2311 Wilson, submitted by Carr Properties and located in the Court House area of Arlington.
NAIOP Members on the team include: Clark Construction Group and Cushman & Wakefield.
Interiors (View winners)

Tenant Space 0 to 10,000 sf
Award of Excellence for Compass Rose Headquarters, submitted by Architecture, Incorporated and located in Reston.
NAIOP Members on the team include: Price Modern.

Tenant Space 10,000 to 25,000 sf
Award of Merit for Accenture Cyber Fusion Center, submitted by FORM Architects and located in Rosslyn. NAIOP
Members on the team include: James G. Davis Construction Corporation, CBRE and Dewberry.
Award of Excellence for Bell Advanced Vertical Lift Center, submitted by HKS and located in Crystal City. NAIOP
Members on the team include: JBG SMITH, rand* construction corporation, JLL and GHT.

Tenant Space 25,000 sf to 50,000 sf
Award of Excellence for Splunk, submitted by FORM Architects and located in Tysons. NAIOP Members on the team
include: HITT Contracting Inc., Colliers and GPI Engineering.

Tenant Space over 50,000 sf
Award of Excellence for Applied Predictive Technologies, submitted by rand* construction corporation and located in
Ballston. NAIOP Members on the team include: Interior Architects and Piedmont Realty.
Real Estate Transaction (View winners)

Lease under 175,000 sf
Award of Excellence for Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Crystal City, submitted by JBG SMITH and located in Crystal City.

Lease over 175,000 sf
Award of Merit for Appian Corporation, Valo Park, submitted by Tamares and located in Tysons. NAIOP Members on
the team include: CBRE.
Award of Excellence for Blocks A & B, Reston Gateway, submitted by Boston Properties, Inc. and located in Reston.
NAIOP Members on the team include: Clark Construction Group and Cushman & Wakefield.

Sale
Award of Excellence for 8280 at The Boro, submitted by The Meridian Group and located in Tysons.
Award of Excellence for Sale of Compass Creek to Microsoft, submitted by Peterson Companies and located in Loudoun
County. NAIOP Members on the team include: CBRE, Dewberry and Wetland Studies & Solutions.
Membership

Member of the Year
Award of Excellence to Philip M. Storch, WashREIT.

Firm of Year
Award of Excellence to ECS Mid-Atlantic, LLC.