County Buildings Under Construction


Bailey's Temporary Shelter | West Ox Bus Facility Expansion Phase II | Laurel Hill Adaptive Reuse | Pohick Regional Library | Huntington Bus Operations Center | Innovation Center Station Parking Garage | Herndon Station Parking Garage | Stringfellow Road Park and Ride | Lincolnia Senior Center | Public Safety Headquarters | Herndon Fire Station | Reston Police Station

Proposed Temporary Relocation of the Bailey's Crossroad Community Shelter

Bailey's Temporary Shelter

key features

  • One story modular unit
  • Required surface parking
  • Fencing, lighting and security features



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West Ox Bus Facility Expansion Phase II

West Ox Bus Facility Expansion Phase II

key features

  • Expansion to include 9 maintenance bays
  • New bus wash and chassis wash equipment
  • Interior renovation to provide 3 new offices, expand control room, and adjust bathroom accessories for ADA compliance.
  • Provide additional 62 employee parking spaces



  • Project Number: TF-000003-002
  • Scope: Design and construction administration for the expansion and renovation of the West Ox Bus Operations Center. The expansion includes various additions to provide nine maintenance bays, administration offices, locker rooms, storage and lunch area. Site work will include additional employee parking.
  • Estimated Completion: June 2017
  • Funding: $21,800,000
  • Architect: Michael Baker Jr., Inc.
  • Contractor: Branch & Associates
  • Project Manager: Ken Lim
  • Project Engineer: Rick Foelsch

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Laurel Hill Adaptive Reuse

Laurel Hill Adaptive Reuse

key features

  • Community to be named Liberty
  • Apartments, Townhomes, and Single Family Homes
  • Offices
  • Restaurant



  • Project Number: 2G08-001-000
  • Scope: An approximately 80 acre adaptive reuse project at the former Lorton Reformatory site. The historic prison will be revitalized into a community of residential, office, and retail use
  • Estimated Completion: Fall 2017 (Phase 1) and Spring 2019 (Phase 2)
  • Funding: $12,765,000 County share of infrastructure project costs
  • Developers: The Alexander Company and Elm Street Development
  • Contractors: Southway Builders and William A. Hazel
  • Project Manager: Heather Diez
  • Project Website: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes/libertycrestlaurelhill/

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Pohick Regional Library

Pohick Regional Library Rendering

key features

  • Full interior renovation and finishes
  • Energy Efficient Systems
  • After-hours meeting room capability
  • Teen area and Wi-Fi bar



  • Project Number: LB-000009-001
  • Scope: Project includes the renovation of to the existing approximately 24,500 square feet Pohick Regional Library and includes a new entrance ramp and canopy
  • Estimated Completion: December 2016
  • Funding: $7,100,000
  • Architect: Moseley Architects 
  • Contractor: Sorensen Gross Company
  • Project Manager: Lisa Gossard
  • Project Engineer: Amin Hameid

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Huntington Bus Operations Center

Huntington Bus Operations Center Site Plan

key features

  • The Project provides approximately 3,000 square feet for two new maintenance bays, and approximately 3,000 square feet of new storage area
  • Renovation scope includes approximately 400 square feet of existing space including expanded locker facilities for bus maintenance personnel
  • Project includes the removal/replacement of approximately 100,000 square feet of existing paving in the bus parking area and other site improvements



  • Project Number:  TF-000014-001
  • Scope: Project includes an addition of two maintenance bays, a service area, site upgrades, and limited building upgrades to the existing Huntington Bus Operations facility.
  • Estimated Completion:  Early 2017
  • Funding:  Project funded from Fund 124, FDCOT C&I Fund and Fund 400-C40000, FCDOT Connector budget
  • Architect:  The Lukmire Partnership
  • Contractor:  BC Consultants & S3E Klingemann
  • Project Manager:  Toni Ogurcak
  • Project Engineer:  Rufino Vinluan

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Innovation Center Station Parking Garage

Innovation Center Station Parking Garage Rendering

key features

  • Bus Bays
  • Kiss-and-ride Lot
  • Secure Bicycle Storage Area
  • Rain Garden



  • Project Number: TF-000021-001/TF-000027-001
  • Scope: An approximately 2,028-space parking structure with bus bays, a Kiss & Ride and a pedestrian connection for Metro Silver Line-Phase 2. The County share of infrastructure needed to support the garage project are also included.
  • Estimated Completion: Spring 2019
  • Funding: $57.4 Million
  • Architect: Hammel, Green and Abrahamson
  • Contractor: TBD
  • Project Manager: Heather Diez
  • Project Engineer: Marwan Mahmoud
  • Project Website:http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes/innovationcenterstationgarage

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Herndon Station Parking Garage

Herndon Station Parking Garage

key features

  • Connection to Metro Silver Line - Phase 2
  • Connection to existing garage
  • Secure bicycle storage area
  • Existing bus bays and Kiss & Ride operations to remain in place during project construction



  • Project Number: TF-000020-001/TF-000026-001
  • Scope: An approximately 2,007-space parking structure with secure bike storage, vehicular/pedestrian connection to existing Herndon-Monroe Garage, and a pedestrian connection for Metro Silver Line - Phase 2.
  • Estimated Completion: Spring 2019
  • Funding: $56.7 Million
  • Architect: Hammel, Green and Abrahamson
  • Contractor: TBD
  • Project Manager: Luis Pitarque
  • Project Engineer: Hanif Drzal

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Stringfellow Road Park and Ride Lot Expansion

Stringfellow Road Park and Ride Lot Expansion

key features

  • Solar Panel with Net Metering for electric service

  • Pervious concrete and 9 biofilters for Low Impact Development (LID) features

  • Secure bicycle storage area


  • Project Number: TF-000009-001
  • Scope: This project is an expansion of the existing Stringfellow Park and Ride lot by approximately 300 spaces, addition of three new bus bays and a new 1,345-square-foot transit center building.
  • Estimated Completion: Early 2016
  • Funding: $7,189,050
  • Architect: Ritter Architects
  • Contractor: Branch Daffan
  • Project Manager: David Franklin 703-324-5800,TTY 711
  • Project Engineer: Vish Kowdley, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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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: Early 2016
  • 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 square-foot 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: Manhattan Construction Company
  • Project Coordinator: Andrew G. Miller
  • Project Manager: Eileen Gasteiger
  • 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: Fall 2016
  • Funding: $13,350,000
  • Architect: Zivic & Hurdle Architects
  • Contractor: Biscayne Contractors
  • Project Manager: Deepak Bhinge
  • Project Engineer: Rick Foelsch, 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: Early 2016
  • Funding: $18,800,000
  • Architect: AECOM
  • Contractor: Dustin Corporation
  • Project Manager: Deepak Bhinge
  • Project Engineer: Nikolai Dubynin, 703-324-5800, TTY 711

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