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Government Contractor
Washington, DC
The success of the project was through the trust that had been garnered by Spectrum’s project team and the construction management team due to successful completion of numerous buildout with this government contractor over the past 15 years. This project was designed and constructed under the DC Green Regulatory Authorities. All waste and products were documented, recorded and inspected under the DCRA current building code. Add 100,000+ square foot project

Virginia Square Apartments
901 N. Nelson St., Arlington, VA 22203
The overall aesthetic of Virginia Square is one that follows function in pure form, balances light and space through the dynamic open structure, and proves itself as the efficient modern luxury of future. The idea of VA Square serving as thriving residence where tenants merge together to form a dynamic community is transcended through the calculated ode to the Potomac River.

Competitive Enterprise Institute
1310 L St. NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20005
This 13,600 SF project encompasses offices with both closed and open ceilings, a kitchen area, and large conference room. Glass partitions provide the option of privacy or an open, collaborative environment. The space also features a daylight harvesting package and a unique modular arts wall.

Water Park Towers
1501/1505 Crystal Dr., Arlington VA 22202
The upscale, modern renovation of this residential complex is composed of 16,000 square feet of amenities, which include a new lobby, resident service lounge, business center, conference room, clubroom, elevator lobbies, and mailroom. The additions provide the building with modern luxury equipped with a unique aesthetic design to serve current and future residents.

1210 Mass Apartments
1210 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20005
Ownership recognized the trend and need in the up-scale eclectic Massachusetts Ave. multi-family market place. Positioning the property to compete successfully led to elevator upgrades, lobby renovations, new Fitness and Resident Lounge areas. Defining and employing the mood of the Lounge and Fitness areas entailed interspersing urban and outdoor sensations.

2231 Crystal Dr. #401, Arlington, VA 22202
A 14,000 SF demolition and remodeling project that allows an occupancy of 200 people. Completing Bytecubed in 45 days was a proper challenge for Spectrum. The combination of private offices and large open work spaces was designed with a modern flair. Surprises with the floor to ceiling graphics gives the space a warm feel. LED lights with daylight harvesting compliment the inviting work environment and create full, bright areas. There is a flow to the workspace contributed by offices with full glass walls, which make even private offices seem open.

Friends of the Earth
1101 15th St. NW, 11th Floor, Washington, DC 20005
The company’s mission focuses on working with citizens and lawmakers to protect the environment. The design team understood that it was imperative the office be composed of recyclable material and reusable building components.

Humane Society of the United States
1255 23rd St. NW, Washington, DC 20037
The design team acknowledged the need for an efficient workspace to serve HSUS policies of “every day is bring your pet to work day”. The office renovation is constructed as much for their four-legged companions as it is for the employees. HSUS’ unique needs allowed the team to craft an environment which would invoke their independence from their neighbors.

Weichert Realty
20135 Lakeview Center Plaza #125, Ashburn, VA 20174

Bertram & Amell
1666 Connecticut Ave. #250, Washington, DC 20009
One of the top-rated Malpractice Law Firms in the area selected Spectrum to build- out their high -end law firm suite. While on a fast track schedule we were able to provide a high- quality finished product that included flawless Swedish millwork package, beautiful bamboo floors & vintage pendant light fixtures with Edison bulbs. The project also included close coordination and design of the chilled beam mechanical system.

Resolution Economics
1155 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20036
Resolution Economics is a leading provider of litigation consulting services in Washington, DC. The new office features an upgraded lighting package and open, industrial ceilings. Glass doors and open workstations throughout encourage continuous collaboration.

Global Communities
8601 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20910
Spectrum built-out 32,000 square foot of new tenant office space on two floors. Scope of work includes window furnishings, fabric wrapped panels, operable partitions and inner connecting stairway with custom glass and handrail system. Spectrum was creative in finding a solution to be able to stock the steel beams for the stairs structural support by removing select windows and relocating existing steel supports and then finding the correct size crane to work with existing area surroundings.

8330 Boone Blvd. #350, Vienna, VA 20910
This 10,400 sf office space was designed to accommodate sister companies with distinct workspace needs. Two divergent wings are connected in the center through a centralized café, conference room, and a front reception area. Overlapping arched ceilings throughout provide a classical form that is introduced in a modern way. The design team’s detailed planning ensured that CORDIA received a sophisticated upgrade, while remaining within budget through careful value engineering.
700 Pennsylvania Ave. SE #300, Washington, DC 20003
This modern office was transformed to include full built-in shelving, polished concrete and an open ceiling concept. The new workspace also features custom black aluminum frames and stain grade wood doors. Custom millwork required careful color coordination to maintain correct fit and pattern.
1800 Oak Apartments
1800 N. Oak St., Arlington, VA 22209
1800 Oak Apartments was a complete makeover of the building’s amenities and common areas. Sleek, modern double doors greet when you enter to the lobby. As you make your way through the building, organic materials, earth tones and culturally rich natural elements are exposed every step of the way. The 8,000 square foot renovation recognized the need to better service its residents leaving them with a space where productivity and leisure can coincide.
Gunlocke D.C. Showroom
1725 Eye St. NW #250, Washington, DC 20036
This 5,000-sf tenant build-out project transformed DC’s showroom into an exquisite space that our client can now stage and sell their product. The revamped exhibit features modern, industrial finishes with an open ceiling concept, grade polished concrete, and custom walnut panels.
1350 Eye St.
1350 Eye St. NW, Washington, D.C.
DC’s iconic 1350 Eye Street desired an upgrade to their existing 2nd floor spec suites and tenant lounge. The newly renovated space creates a playful environment for party and gather while functioning as a practical meeting space. Custom metal features are incorporated throughout while rustic accents tie in the use of greenery and other organic materials. The mixed elements incorporated into the design provide a modern twist on the building’s classic beauty.
8200 Greensboro Dr.
8200 Greensboro Dr., McLean, VA
Residing in the heart of Tysons Corner, Greensboro Park demanded upgrades to its lobby, conference room & fitness center. The ultimate goal was to bring natural light into the building to create a welcoming appearance. The balanced aesthetics of blue toned accents are incorporated throughout the building, presenting relaxation and comfort at every turn. Overall, transforming the office space into a modern, luxury sanctuary to boost motivation and productivity.
Gaithersburg Station Apartments
370 E Diamond Ave, Gaithersburg, MD 20877
12,000 square foot renovation project transforming two bays of retail space into eleven different apartment units ranging in floor plans for future residents. Finishes include high ceilings, stone counter tops, large laundry rooms, walk-in closets, planters and landscaping, LVT, carpet, and walk-in showers with glass doors.