Washington Post wins Contract Magazine’s Interiors Award
Contract Magazine awarded the Washington Post and Gensler with the 2017 Interiors Award for Large Office.
Read more: Interiors Awards 2017: Office-Large
Washington Building Congress recognizes rand* for Sidley Austin
rand* was awarded the 2017 Washington Building Congress Craftsmanship Award for outstanding architectural millwork at Sidley Austin in Washington, DC.
Read more: 2017 Craftsmanship Awards Winners
ASID achieves LEED Platinum Certification, WELL next
rand* teamed with Perkins + Will and Savills Studley – in association with Carr Properties – to deliver the new tenant space for the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), and 8,700 sf space in an 11-year lease at Columbia Center. The ASID Headquarters, opened in May 2016, has achieved LEED Platinum certification and is set to be the very first WELL-certified tenant space in the Washington metro region.
ASID Headquarters Goes Platinum (ASID)
A Living Laboratory (ASID Icon)
This could be the District’s first WELL-certified space (WBJ)
rand* is “Building the Future of Sustainability”
“Material transparency is more important than ever. Your space not only needs to function well and look amazing, it needs to be built with materials that are sourced and manufactured responsibly.”
Read more: Building the Future of Sustainability (Construction in Focus)
NAIOP NoVA recognizes rand* for Arlington County DHS
Architecture, Inc, and rand* construction are awarded the 2016 NAIOP Northern Virginia Award of Merit for Best Interior Tenant Space Over 50,000 sf for their work at the Arlington County Department of Human Services – Sequoia Plaza III.
Read more: 2016 Best of NAIOP Northern Virginia Awards
Listen: Sustainability in Design, Construction and Development
rand* Sustainability Coordinator Beth Giltner and Gensler Associate Brynn Kurtzman discuss sustainability and its impact on design, construction and development with Streetwise host Paul Berry.
Listen to the show: Streetwise with Paul Berry Episode 11.13.16
rand* wins NAIOP Award of Excellence for ASID, Washington Post
NAIOP DC-Maryland chapter awards rand* construction with the Best Sustainable Project Award for the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and Best Interiors (Over 25,000 sf) for the Washington Post.
Spotlight on rand*’s renovation of Woodrow Wilson Library
“If you need proof of the transformative power of architecture, look no further than the Woodrow Wilson Library in Fairfax, Virginia. This budget-minded renovation of a modest, sorely outdated building serving a mostly low-income Latino neighborhood has brown into a vibrant venter of community life…”
Read more: Unwrapping the (Concrete) Box (Architecture DC)
Spotlight on rand*’s renovation of the One Franklin Square Rooftop
“The renovation focused on the rooftop spaces – both interior and exterior – which were transformed from utilitarian service spaces into attractive amenities…”
Read more: Rooftop Redux (Architecture DC)
rand* Austin named Best Place to Work in 2016 by Austin Business Journal
“rand* provides performance-based bonuses to all employees. Project management staff have project specific bonuses available if certain milestones are met at the end of the project…”
Read more: ABJ 2016 Best Places to Work Winners
Take a tour of rand* renovated GetWellNetworks’ HQ
rand* CEO Linda Rabbitt receives 2016 Horatio Alger Award”
Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc., a nonprofit educational organization honoring the achievements of outstanding individuals and encouraging youth to pursue their dreams through higher education, today announced that Linda Rabbitt, founder, chairman and CEO, rand* construction corporation, has been selected for membership in the prestigious organization.
rand* spotlighted for excellence in construction – ABC Building Washington Winter Issue
“The key to any successful project is that everyone on the team is clear on the project goals and design intent. On Manatt Phelps, rand* was lucky to team with an exceptional client and architect, who made working together a breeze and clear communication the primary solution to any challenge on site.”
– Jeff Osgood, Senior Superintendent, rand* construction
Read more: Building Washington, Winter 2015