County Buildings Under Construction


John Marshall Library | Reston-Herndon Operating Facility | McLean Community Center | Tysons Pimmit Library | Bailey's Crossroads Community Shelter and Supportive Housing | West Ox Bus Facility Expansion Phase II | Liberty (Laurel Hill Adaptive Reuse) | Innovation Center Station Parking Garage | Herndon Station Parking Garage | Public Safety Headquarters

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John Marshall Library

John Marshall Library

key features

  • Quiet room
  • Group study
  • Wi-Fi bar
  • Teen Center



  • Scope: Renovation and building addition of an existing library. Approximately 1400 square feet will be added to the front and side of the building, and the building interior will be completely renovated to incorporate updated IT and building system.
  • Estimated Completion: July 2018
  • Funding: $6,300,000
  • Architect: Bowie Gridley Architects
  • Contractor: Sorenson Gross Company
  • Project Manager: Ken Lim
  • Project Engineer: Mais Al Mahamid

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Reston-Herndon Operating Facility

Reston Herndon Operating Facility

key features

  • Replacement of above-ground maintenance lifts with in-ground lifts
  • Exterior building skin replacement
  • New fueling station
  • Improved site stormwater management



  • Scope: Project includes the renovation to the existing building and upgrades to the site.
  • Estimated Completion: January 2018
  • Funding: $12,000,000
  • Architect: Michael Baker, Jr.
  • Contractor: Branch and Associates
  • Project Manager: Allison Terzigni
  • Project Engineer: Chris Kohr

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McLean Community Center

McLean Community Center lobby

key features

  • Will result in 2,983 additional square feet
  • Will add two multipurpose rooms and an enclosed courtyard
  • Will improve storm water management, ADA and building code compliance



  • Project Number: CC-000015-001
  • Scope: Project includes the partial renovation and expansion of the existing McLean Community Center.
  • Estimated Completion: Aug. 2018
  • Funding: $8,475,000
  • Architect: Lukmire Partnership
  • Contractor: Sorensen Gross Company
  • Project Manager: Karin Hornstein
  • Project Engineer: Walter Rosch

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Tysons Pimmit Library

Tysons Pimmit Library

key features

  • Full interior renovation and finishes
  • Energy Efficient Systems
  • Multiple meeting rooms
  • Quiet study Room and Group study rooms



  • Project Number: LB-000011-001
  • Scope: Project includes the renovation and minor expansion of the existing approximately 24,500-square-foot Tysons Pimmit Library
  • Estimated Completion: July 2017
  • Funding: $5,610,000
  • Architect: Ritter Architects
  • Contractor: Branch and Associates
  • Project Manager: Lisa Dixon
  • Project Engineer: Padam Sethi

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Bailey's Crossroads Community Shelter and Supportive Housing

Bailey's Shelter

key features

  • 52 beds to include four medical respite beds
  • Approximately 18 personal living quarters
  • Outdoor picnic and activity area
  • Required surface parking



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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: Hanif Drzal

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Liberty (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: Gasim Elfaki
  • Project Coordinator: Heather Diez
  • Project Website: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes/libertycrestlaurelhill/

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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 2,070-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 / TF-000033-Construction
  • 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:  $44.5 Million
  • Architect:  Hammel, Green and Abrahamson
  • Contractor:  Manhattan Construction Company
  • Project Manager:  Gasim Elfaki
  • Construction Manager:  Hanif Drzal

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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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