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Ballston Point

4300 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, Virginia

Class-A Office Buiding Transformation

The client's goal was to reposition Ballston Point, a typical office building built 30 years ago, as a destination and help connect the building physically and visually to the rapidly changing neighborhood.

Location

Arlington, Virginia

Client

Pinkard Group

Contract Value

$6,200,000

Square Feet

17,000

Year Completed

2021

Schedule

38 weeks

Key Partners

Gensler

Project  Types

Repositioning
Office

Awards & Certifications

  • NAIOP Northern Virginia, Award of Excellence, Best Building – Capital Improvement Non-Institutional, 2021
  • Washington Building Congress, Craftsmanship Award, Architectural Millwork, 2022
  • IIDA Mid-Atlantic Chapter, Premiere Design Award, Corporate 15K - 25K SF, 2022
  • AIA DC, Design Award, Interior Architecture, 2022

Class-A Office Buiding Transformation

The client's goal was to reposition Ballston Point, a typical office building built 30 years ago, as a destination and help connect the building physically and visually to the rapidly changing neighborhood.

Location

Arlington, Virginia

Client

Pinkard Group

Contract Value

$6,200,000

Square Feet

17,000

Year Completed

2021

Schedule

38 weeks

Key Partners

Gensler

Project  Types

Repositioning
Office

Awards & Certifications

  • NAIOP Northern Virginia, Award of Excellence, Best Building – Capital Improvement Non-Institutional, 2021
  • Washington Building Congress, Craftsmanship Award, Architectural Millwork, 2022
  • IIDA Mid-Atlantic Chapter, Premiere Design Award, Corporate 15K - 25K SF, 2022
  • AIA DC, Design Award, Interior Architecture, 2022

Class-A Office Buiding Transformation

The client's goal was to reposition Ballston Point, a typical office building built 30 years ago, as a destination and help connect the building physically and visually to the rapidly changing neighborhood.

Location

Arlington, Virginia

Client

Pinkard Group

Contract Value

$6,200,000

Square Feet

17,000

Year Completed

2021

Schedule

38 weeks

Key Partners

Gensler

Project  Types

Repositioning
Office

Awards & Certifications

  • NAIOP Northern Virginia, Award of Excellence, Best Building – Capital Improvement Non-Institutional, 2021
  • Washington Building Congress, Craftsmanship Award, Architectural Millwork, 2022
  • IIDA Mid-Atlantic Chapter, Premiere Design Award, Corporate 15K - 25K SF, 2022
  • AIA DC, Design Award, Interior Architecture, 2022

Class-A Office Buiding Transformation

The client's goal was to reposition Ballston Point, a typical office building built 30 years ago, as a destination and help connect the building physically and visually to the rapidly changing neighborhood.

Location

Arlington, Virginia

Client

Pinkard Group

Contract Value

$6,200,000

Square Feet

17,000

Year Completed

2021

Schedule

38 weeks

Key Partners

Gensler

Project  Types

Repositioning
Office

Awards & Certifications

  • NAIOP Northern Virginia, Award of Excellence, Best Building – Capital Improvement Non-Institutional, 2021
  • Washington Building Congress, Craftsmanship Award, Architectural Millwork, 2022
  • IIDA Mid-Atlantic Chapter, Premiere Design Award, Corporate 15K - 25K SF, 2022
  • AIA DC, Design Award, Interior Architecture, 2022

Class-A Office Buiding Transformation

The client's goal was to reposition Ballston Point, a typical office building built 30 years ago, as a destination and help connect the building physically and visually to the rapidly changing neighborhood.

Location

Arlington, Virginia

Client

Pinkard Group

Contract Value

$6,200,000

Square Feet

17,000

Year Completed

2021

Schedule

38 weeks

Key Partners

Gensler

Project  Types

Repositioning
Office

Awards & Certifications

  • NAIOP Northern Virginia, Award of Excellence, Best Building – Capital Improvement Non-Institutional, 2021
  • Washington Building Congress, Craftsmanship Award, Architectural Millwork, 2022
  • IIDA Mid-Atlantic Chapter, Premiere Design Award, Corporate 15K - 25K SF, 2022
  • AIA DC, Design Award, Interior Architecture, 2022

Construction Focus

Repositioning Ballston Point pushed the limits of design and construction.

This high-end repositioning project checked about every box for complexity, from installing a new structural mezzanine and stair to a fabric-like, flexible, Woodskin wood paneling system that weaves from the exterior of the building, through the elevator lobby, and up to the fitness center. The innovative Woodskin millwork was only the second of its kind to be installed in North America. The project team found that the plumbing and mechanical center of the building and structural ramp were in the way of the perfect ribbon-like connection, so they were completely relocated while the building was fully occupied. The exterior lobby facade was relocated and rebuilt as a three-sided glass box, with structural steel, Woodskin, curtainwall, aluminum panels, and custom-sized pavers, which all had to be ordered based on a closely coordinated 4D virtual and physical layout.

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Key Team Members

Matt Vester

Senior Vice President & Office Leader

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Washington, DC