Clark Breaks Ground on New Virginia Hotel

January 30, 2014

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Clark recently broke ground on a six-story hotel located at the corner of Prince Street and Daingerfield Road in historic Alexandria, Va. Owned by Carr City Centers, the 87,855 square-foot, 109-room facility will be operated by Hilton Garden Inn.

The hotel, which features a brick and fiber cement panel façade, also will include one level of below-grade parking with 32 spaces that will be exclusively valet controlled. A loading bay is planned for the Daingerfield Road side of the building and will be deep enough to permit trucks to pull completely within the structure.

Clark's scope of work also includes demolishing an existing parking lot and performing improvements to the surrounding streetscape. When complete, the hotel will include a boardroom, a sundeck, and a green roof. The hotel is designed to achieve LEED® Silver certification.

Clark Foundations is performing the support of excavation work for the project. The hotel is scheduled for completion in December 2014.

Rust Orling Architecture is the project architect. Additional team members include Structura, Inc., Rockville, Md., structural engineer; Provectus, Inc., Arlington, Va., MEP engineer; christopher consultants, Ltd., Fairfax, Va., civil engineer; Sustainable Design Consulting, LLC, Washington, D.C., LEED consultant; and A2 Services, Inc., Washington, D.C., commissioning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured left to right: Councilwoman Del Pepper; Rebecca Owen, Senior Vice President - General Counsel, Clark Enterprises, Inc.; William D. Euille, Alexandria Mayor; Oliver T. Carr, Jr. , Founder & Chairman of Carr City Centers; Austin Flajser, President - Carr City Centers; Thomas Barry, Chief Investment Officer - Carr City Centers; Brian Abt, President & CEO - Clark Construction Group