Public Works and Environmental Services

CONTACT INFORMATION: Our administrative offices are open 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Mon - Fri
703-324-5500 TTY 711
12000 Government Center Parkway
Suite 449, Fairfax, Va 22035
Joni Calmbacher
Director, Stormwater Planning

Stormwater and Wastewater Consolidation Facility

Project Location

The project is in the Fairfax County Braddock Magisterial District off of Fairfax County Parkway at 6000 Freds Oak Road, Burke, Virginia 22015.

Map - Existing site
Existing Site


Project Background

Fairfax County is proposing to build a new facility which will co-locate Stormwater and Wastewater Divisions into one centralized location to maximize efficiencies and allow for future growth. The proposal includes the nine-acre concrete plant located at Site 11 to combine with the adjacent existing 14-acre Fairfax County Wastewater Collection Division site at Site 13. The proposed location is central to the county, has access to major roads, and is zoned for industrial use. The co-location will improve services for stormwater management, storm drainage, flood control, snow removal operations, water quality, commercial revitalization, road and walkway maintenance, collection and treatment of wastewater (sewage), and other designated infrastructure within the county. The new facility will also provide County residents with educational opportunities, with real-world examples of stormwater and wastewater management practices which will help connect residents to their local ecosystem. The educational spaces will be inviting to residents of all ages and can be used to tell many important stories of the local streams. These include passive signage explaining various features of the building and site, as well as guided tours through the facility.

Photo: Proposed Site Plan
Proposed Site Plan


Project Description

Photo: Building 1 North Main Public Entrance
Building 1 North Main Public Entrance

Construction of the project will require multiple phases and demolition of selective site elements, including the removal of the decommissioned concrete production plant, and at a later phase the existing Wastewater Collection Division facility, all while maintaining 24/7 operations. New construction will include multiple buildings, including a two-story, multi-use, office and administrative building (Building 1) designed to target LEED v4 Gold Certification, meet additional County-wide energy performance improvements, highlight sustainable construction features, and display stormwater management techniques and features as a green showcase educational facility. Most importantly, the facility will support resiliency and provide stormwater and wastewater day-to-day maintenance and emergency field operational support. The new construction and site work will also include auxiliary buildings (Buildings 2-8) to house maintenance shops, covered material storage, enclosed parking, vehicle wash, salt and brine, equipment storage, and a fuel island. Many of the buildings will include enhanced sustainable features including green roofs, rainwater harvesting and wash water reuse, solar panels, and a geothermal system.

Photo: Building 1 South Façade Elevation
Building 1 South Façade Elevation


Photo: Building 1 North Façade Elevation
Building 1 North Façade Elevation


Project Timeline

Fall 2026 Occupancy (Anticipated)

Presentations to the Community

The Stormwater Wastewater Facility construction kick-off meeting was held virtually on March 29, 2022 at 7:00pm. DPWES presented the project team, construction phasing, operations and schedule to the County management, Braddock District Supervisor’s office and the Community attendees.

Stormwater Wastewater Facility Virtual Community Meeting, March 29, 2022 (PDF)

Recording of Stormwater Wastewater Facility Virtual Community Meeting - March 29, 2022

Stormwater Wastewater Facility Community Meeting - April 28, 2023


For additional information, please contact Eric Inman at

Construction Photos

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