DVA Gets 2nd NAIOP Award
Brandywine Wins 2016 NAIOP Award
Memorial Remembering an Icon
New Space for DuPont Fabros Technology
New International School in China

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November 2016
We are humbled and happy to be involved in our second NAIOP Award win this year. This Northern Virginia Build-to-Suit for an undisclosed client took home the Award of Excellence in the Best Build-to-Suit Institutional Facility, $20M & Above Category. view press release
 
October 2016
We are please to add our Brandywine Crossing project to our list of award winning projects. This 70,000 SF Medical Office won the 2016 DC/MD NAIOP Award of Excellence in the Best Suburban Office, 2 Stories or More category. view all the 2016 winners
 
DVA Represented at AIA
May 2016
DVA was represented at this year's AIA convention in Philadephia by Iliad Terra, Director of Interiors. Mr. Terra spoke on behalf of DVA on the subject of sustainable design and planning.
 
April 2016
DVA has designed a new memorial to celebrate the life and legacy of A. James Clark. The new memorial is to be erected at the A. James Clark Hall at University of Maryland in College Park and will showcase to its students and visitors the story of this American icon as an inspiration.
 
March 2016
We’re pleased to design DuPont Fabros Technology’s new headquarters in Washington DC. The new space combines private offices and light-filled open work areas with amenities and an elegant brand-conscious reception area that showcases DFT’s growth and success.
 
February 2016
Designed to be a "world-class" international boarding school on 66 acres of land in Sanya City, Hainan, the most Southern province in China, the proposed 1.5 million SF Sanya International School will house a total of 4,200 students aged from 0 to 18.

DVA's vision of the new school is that of a fully-integrated school environment which will be a direct representation of today's pedagogical trends and sustainable design strategies - a modern 21st century Educational Campus.

Including a 1,000 seat theater, 3,000 seat gym, Olympic size natatorium with 900 seats, and dorm housing for 2,500 students. The project is arranged along an open air pedestrian spine and features exterior balcony walkways and abundant natural ventilation.

This is our second international school in China. Our first is a 460,000 SF school which is currently under construction in Xi'an, China.