County Buildings Under Construction


Lincolnia Senior Center | Public Safety Headquarters | Herndon Fire Station | Woodrow Wilson Library | Reston Police Station | Bailey's Fire Station | Fire and Rescue Training Academy | Willow Oaks/Mid-County Human Services Center | McLean Police Station | Wiehle Avenue Metro Station | Huntington Bus Facility | Hanley Family Housing

Lincolnia Senior Center

Lincolnia Senior Center

key features

  • New mechanical system will feature variable refrigerant flow technology

  • Phased construction will allow the project to remain occupied and operational throughout the renovation



  • Project Number: 142/AA138-0041-11
  • Scope: Phased renovation of mechanical, electrical power and lighting, plumbing and fire alarm systems, including carpet and ceiling replacement, new millwork and interior painting.
  • Estimated Completion: December 2015
  • Funding: Project funded via Virginia Resources Authority/Virginia Pooled Financing Program
  • Architect: SWSG
  • Contractor: BranchDaffan, Inc.
  • Project Manager: Munish Kapoor
  • Project Engineer: Walter Rosch, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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Public Safety Headquarters

Public Safety Headquarters

key features

  • The project location is the County’s B1 site, adjacent to the Herrity Building.
  • The project includes a number of storm water enhancements including green roofs, bio-filtration areas, and vegetative swales.

  • The project will be registered as LEED Silver with the US Green Building Council.



  • Project Number: 300-C30070/PS-000006-001
  • Scope: An approximately 274,000 SF administrative office building for the Police and Fire & Rescue Departments, with an 850 space parking structure.
  • Estimated Completion: Winter 2016/ 2017
  • Funding: Economic Development Authority Bonds
  • Architect: HOK, P.C.
  • Contractor: TBD – Contract award scheduled in July 2014
  • Project Coordinator: Andrew G. Miller
  • Project Engineer: Maurice Avren, 703-324-5800, TTY 711
  • Project Website: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes/publicsafetyheadquarters/

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Herndon Fire Station

artist rendering of Herndon Fire Station

key features

  • Two-story facility with below-grade parking
  • The project includes demolition of existing building and construction of new fire station at the same location
  • Temporary fire station constructed at 791 Elden Street will maintain fire and rescue service during construction
  • The project will be certified LEED Silver



  • Project Number: FS-000006-001
  • Scope: Construction of a new two-story, 14,500-square-foot replacement station
  • Estimated Completion: Spring 2016
  • Funding: $13,350,000
  • Architect: Zivik & Hurdle Architects
  • Contractor: Biscayne Contractors
  • Project Manager: Kim Callahan
  • Project Engineer: Rick Foelsch, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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Woodrow Wilson Library

artist rendering of Woodrow Wilson Library

key features

  • Project to include partial demolition, complete interior renovation and minor expansion of the existing Library.
  • The library renovation will unite the two existing structures into a singular building form. The renovation includes a new building entrance, quiet and group study rooms and a community meeting room.
  • Project will be LEED certified with the U.S. Green Building Council.
  • The temporary library is located at 6066 Leesburg Pike to maintain library services during the renovation period.



  • Project Number: LB-000007-001
  • Scope: Renovation and minor expansion of the existing 12,300-square-foot library to approximately 14,400 square feet.
  • Estimated Completion: Winter 2014
  • Funding: $7,306,588
  • Architect: Bowie Gridley Architects
  • Contractor: Rand Construction Corporation
  • Project Manager: Joan Beacham
  • Project Engineer: Rufino Vinluan, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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Reston Police Station Renovation/Expansion 

artist rendering of Reston Police Station

key features

  • The new facility will be constructed on the same site as the existing Police Station and Governmental Center.
  • The Police Station and Supervisor's office will remain open during construction.
  • The project will be certified LEED Silver.
  • Construction will occur in four phases: initial site work, construction of new building, demolition of existing building, final site work.



  • Project Number: PS-000004-001
  • Scope: Construction of a new 36,000-square-feet two-story Police Station and Governmental Center.
  • Estimated Completion: Winter 2015
  • Funding: $18,800,000
  • Architect: AECOM
  • Contractor: Dustin Corporation
  • Project Manager: Nyika Roberson-Ramos
  • Project Engineer: Nikolai Dubynin, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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Bailey's Crossroads Volunteer Fire Station

artist rendering of Bailey's Crossroads Volunteer Fire Station

key features

  • The project includes demolition of existing building and construction of new fire station.
  • Temporary fire station constructed at 3521 Moncure Avenue to maintain fire and rescue service during construction.
  • The project will be registered as LEED Silver with the US Green Building Council.



  • Project Number: FS-000002-001
  • Scope: A new 16,900-square-feet replacement station for the 35-year-old station that was severely damaged in the February 2010 snow storm.
  • Estimated Completion: Summer 2014
  • Funding: $11,500,000
  • Architect: LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects
  • Contractor: Scheibel Construction
  • Project Manager: Aaron Koch
  • Project Engineer: Shaukat Faheem, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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Fire and Rescue Training Academy Expansion/Renovation Phase II

artist rendering of Fire & Rescue Academy Renovation

key features

  • Two story addition includes training classrooms, two tiered lecture classrooms, fitness area, locker rooms and instructor's offices
  • Renovation and expansion will occur while the Academy continues its important operations.
  • The project will consolidate training functions which currently occur off-site.
  • The project is anticipated to be LEED silver.



  • Project Number: FS-000008-002 / 312
  • Scope: Design and construction of an approximate 27,460-square-foot two-story addition plus renovation of approximately 4,500 square feet of existing interior spaces for the main training academy building.
  • Estimated Completion: Summer 2014
  • Funding: $13,689,564
  • Architect: Dewberry
  • Contractor: Manekin Construction
  • Project Manager: Ben Dronsick
  • Project Engineer: Allen Quinde, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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McLean Police Station Renovation/Expansion 

artist rendering of McLean Police Station

key features

  • Renovation and expansion of the McLean District Police Station. The station will remain open during the renovation.
  • Renovation of the Dranesville District Supervisor's office. The Dranesville Supervisor's office has been relocated to McLean Square Shopping Center during the renovation period.
  • Renovation will also include a new lobby and renovated community room.
  • The project will be LEED silver.



  • Project Number: PS-000005-001 / 312
  • Scope: Renovation and expansion of the existing police station and governmental center, expanding the facility from 21,600 square feet to 39,200 square feet.
  • Estimated Completion: Fall 2014
  • Funding: $20,100,000
  • Architect: Moseley Architects
  • Contractor: Dustin Construction
  • Project Manager: Karin Hornstein
  • Project Engineer: Mike Fegan, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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Willow Oaks/Mid-County Human Services Center - 8221 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive, Fairfax 

artist rendering of Willow Oaks/Mid-County Human Services Center

key features

  • Replacement of Woodburn Mental Health Center and consolidation of behavioral health and alcohol/drug services programs from a number of leased spaces.
  • Emergency Services, Peer Resource Center, Pharmacy, a satellite Primary Care Clinic and Outpatient Services.
  • Common infrastructure improvements, constructed by Inova under a joint agreement, to Arlington Blvd., Willow Oaks Corporate Dr., Williams Dr., traffic lights; and stormwater pond, retaining walls and wetland mitigation provisions.
  • Sustainable design principals and vegetated roofs and other, enhanced stormwater management features; energy-efficient mechanical, electrical and lighting systems; water-saving fixtures, and materials with recycled content. The project goal is to achieve LEED Silver level certification



  • Project Number: HS-000005-001
  • Scope: The project is a human services facility with a total area of 200,000 square feet including 160,000 square feet on four floors and 40,000 square feet in cellar space. The project also includes a parking structure with approximately 700 parking spaces.
  • Estimated Completion: Summer 2014
  • Funding: $82,500,000
  • Architect: Noritake Associates, Inc.
  • Contractor: Manhattan Construction
  • Project Manager: Katayoon Shaya
  • Project Engineer: Maurice Avren, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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Wiehle Avenue Metro Station Facility - 11389 Reston Station Blvd., Reston

Wiehle Avenue metro station facility

key features

  • The Facility is connected to the Wiehle-Reston East Station which is the terminus of Phase 1 of the Silver Line to Dulles.
  • The facility will include 2,300 Park & Ride spaces, 46 Kiss & Ride spaces, an underground bus facility with 10 active bays and 2 layover bays and also includes a bike facility capable of holding over 150 bikes.
  • The project includes two new public roads and improvements to two existing public roads, Wiehle Avenue and Sunset Hills Road.
  • The project has six underground levels. The county has five underground parking levels and one underground Bus/Kiss & Ride level. 


  • Project Number: TF-000001-002
  • Scope: A multi-level parking structure with 2,300 parking spaces, 12 bus bays, 45 Kiss & Ride parking spaces, and related roads and infrastructure improvements to tie the proposed Wiehle Avenue Metro Station parking structure to the Metro platform at the Wiehle - Reston East station.
  • Estimated Completion: Fall 2013
  • Funding: $104,000,000
  • Architect: Davis, Carter, Scott, LTD
  • Contractor: Davis Construction
  • Project Manager: Andrew Miller
  • Project Engineer: Rufino Vinluan, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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Huntington Bus Facility


key features

  • Project to include partial renovation and minor expansion of the existing Fairfax Connector Bus Facility
  • Expansion will accommodate two additional bus service bays for functions that are currently done outdoors
  • The facility will remain operational during construction
  • This scope is Phase I of an expansion project. Phase II (currently in design) will consist of a two-bay maintenance and storage expansion



  • Project Number: TF-000015-001
  • Scope: 2,500-square-foot expansion and 2,200-square-foot renovation
  • Estimated Completion: Spring 2014
  • Funding: $3,500,000
  • Architect: RK+K/Wendel
  • Contractor: R.E. Daffan
  • Project Manager: Luis Pitarque
  • Project Engineer: Geoff Kimmel, 703-324-5800, TTY 771

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Hanley Family Housing


key features

  • Project to include construction of two new residential buildings to accommodate six families
  • The facilities will be located adjacent to the Katherine Hanley Family Shelter
  • Project is designed to meet Energy Star requirements
  • Project is coordinated with Fairfax County Department of Housing and Community Development



  • Project Number: 2H38-067-000
  • Scope: Constructing two 2-story new housing units totaling 8,400 square feet
  • Estimated Completion: Fall 2014
  • Funding: $2,000,000
  • Architect: Stanmyre Noel Architects
  • Contractor: Hammerhead Construction of Virginia
  • Project Manager: Regina Garner (HCD)
  • Project Engineer: Shaukat Faheem, 703-324-5800, TTY 771

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