800 North Glebe

Location: 
Arlington, Virginia
Client: 
The JBG Companies
Architect: 
Cooper Carry
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Contract Value: 
$36,600,000
Size: 
300,000 Square Feet
Year Completed: 
2012
Certification: 
LEED Gold
Sector: 

800 North Glebe offers more than 300,000 square feet of commercial and retail space, and with its LEED Gold certification, leads sustainable development practices in the Ballston neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia. Clark maintained a compressed schedule to accomodate the client's tenant.

A dramatic, 10-story, LEED Gold Certified building, 800 North Glebe features interior space flooded with natural light and designed to optimize flexible work space. The façade features a glass curtain with stainless steel accents. Building amenities include a full-service concierge, a tenant fitness center, garage parking and bike storage in addition to street-front dining and retail.

The project schedule was compressed to accommodate the move in date of the committed tenant. Communication was the key component to avoiding any potential delays. The curtain wall subcontractor was able to flex in its installation sequence to accommodate other trades as required.

Sustainability

The building was designed to maximize efficiency and productivity, including a LEED Gold certification. Situated adjacent to Metro and other public transportation, the building features recycled and locally sourced materials, water-use reduction technologies and indoor air-quality assurance, among other green qualities. 

Awards: 
ABC of Metropolitan Washington Excellence in Construction Award - Specialty Concrete
NAIOP Northern Virginia Award of Excellence (Best Building, Four Stories or Above)
Washington Business Journal - Best New Office Development
WBC Crafstmanship Award - Cast-in-Place Concrete
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