Westchester Office Building

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This project was the first Class A corporate office building to be constructed in the Watkins Center development in western Chesterfield County. The 3-story, 60,000 square-foot building also serves as the headquarters for The Rebkee Company.

Hourigan delivered the building shell and completed interior core spaces including the main lobby, main hallways, restrooms and elevators. Hourigan also built out the interior space for The Rebkee Company with high-end finishes containing mahogany wood paneling, granite flooring and countertops, glass entrance doors and an open spiral staircase leading from their office lobby to the second floor.

Owner: The Rebkee Company
Architect: Freeman and Morgan Architects

Dominion Energy Clearinghouse

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A Fortune 500 company, Dominion transmits and distributes electricity to 2.3 million customers and natural gas to 1.7 million customers. Hourigan was contracted to provide six months of preconstruction services and was also asked to construct the expansion of a “Wall Street” style trading building for Dominion Resources located near the James River in downtown Richmond.

Because of the tight conditions, the project called for an extensive site utilization and safety plan to provide traffic control and pedestrian safety around the construction site. The third and fourth floors are comprised of structural steel-framed, open-span trading floor with a mezzanine. The 4-story facility also houses a 110,000 square-foot parking deck on the first two floors.

Owner: Dominion Resources Services
Architect: Baskervill

Media General Headquarters

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Hourigan Construction completed this 141,000 square-foot, 4-story, Class-A headquarters facility that contains a 4-story rotunda and domed skylight. The boardroom and executive offices consist of high-end interior finishes and the computer areas are state-of-the-art with raised access flooring, structured cabling, and emergency power.

Located in the central business district in downtown Richmond, the facility was designed to encompass half of the city block. Laydown and work areas for materials, equipment, and staging were extremely constricted with approximately 10 feet of clearance around the perimeter of the building. Hourigan implemented the use of a tower crane to facilitate materials management.

Owner: Media General
Architect: CMSS Architects

Dominion 8th & Main Building

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Hourigan Construction met Dominion’s challenging schedule to completely renovate seven floors by initiating preconstruction planning, scheduling and cost estimating. All new MEP & FP systems were installed throughout the building. New bathrooms and extensive low voltage wiring for computer and security systems were also installed. Construction within a high-rise building takes special knowledge of the City's processes and requirements, and Hourigan ensured all standards were met.

The construction took place while tenants occupied space on 12 other floors. Delivery routes and times were coordinated closely to minimize interruption. Hourigan established a field office within the existing building for on-site management and completed the project five weeks ahead of schedule.

Owner: Dominion Virginia Power
Architect: KSA Interiors

Glen Forest Office Park

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Fast track? Those are two words many construction companies don’t like to hear. But the Hourigan team accepted the challenge. Hourigan teamed with long-term client Pruitt Properties and Freeman & Morgan architects to design and construct three class-A office buildings totaling 264,000 square-feet. Glen Forest Park was conceived to provide multi-tenant space, and many tenants were pre-sold with deadlines for moving into the buildings.

The exterior of these facilities are a combination of precast, brick and curtain wall systems. The buildings are positioned in a triangle around a central common area that includes landscaping, stone paving and outdoor seating.

Owner: Pruitt Properties
Architect: Freeman and Morgan Architects

Philip Morris USA Headquarters

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The purpose of this project was to create a new home to accommodate the relocation of Philip Morris USA’s executive and corporate staff to Richmond, Virginia in the historic 250,000 square-foot former Reynolds Metals Corporation Headquarters. Situated on 34 acres, the architectural design is on the National Register of Historic Places and is designated a Virginia Historic Landmark. The renovation required that the existing building be completely rebuilt.

Due to the facility’s historic designations, key building elements were removed and restored to maintain its prestigious distinctions. Site improvements included the installation of ornamental perimeter fencing, entry guardhouses, new site entrances and parking areas.

Owner: Philip Morris USA
Architect: DMJM

Westgate I and II Office Building

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Hourigan constructed both Westgate I and II office buildings in Western Henrico County, Virginia, for long-term client Liberty Property Trust.

Westgate I is a 3-story, 93,000 square-foot Class-A office building with a brick and glass facade. Westgate II is a 63,000 square-foot, 2-story office building with an architectural design complementary to Westgate I. Tenants include Sylvan Learning Center, SunCom, Progressive Insurance, and Remax.

Both facilities include new mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fully sprinkler systems, fully-redundant power via emergency generator systems and each facility contains two passenger elevators.

Owner: Liberty Property Trust
Architect: Freeman and Morgan Architects

World Access Interior Improvements

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Hourigan Construction completed the 75,000 square-foot interior for the World Access Service corporate headquarters. The interior Class A finishes have contemporary features that included ergonomically-designed furniture and meeting rooms, indoor and outdoor dining areas and a “town center.” This space set new standards for workplaces of the future with open architectural spaces intertwined with wireless technology and sophisticated telecommunications systems.

Hourigan was named team leader of the project and responsibilities included coordinating the project schedule with contractors, conducting weekly team and subcontractor progress meetings and assisting the owner and tenant with vendor/contractor proposal reviews and recommendations.

Owner: Robinson Development Group / World Access
Architect: The Planning Partnership