Cement a Relationship with the Speed and Quality of Precast
The Dulles Station Office Park faced more than just complex schedule phasing in its parking garage construction plan. With the project’s proximity to Washington-Dulles International Airport as well as budget constraints, Tindall delivered economical design-to-completion solutions for both current and future phases while employing their expertise to manage challenging site demands. Tindall works to understand customer needs during the estimating process and works to create budget-minded precast solutions.
Owner: Trammell Crow
Architect: Cooper Carry Architects
Engineer: Haynes Whaley Associates
Contractor: Hitt Contracting
Location: Herndon, VA
- A total of 365,000 sq. ft. of supported structure
- Tindall coordinated with the FAA for crane clearance during erection.
- Rapid erection reduced crane operation interference with area airport.
- Precast framework erected at an average of 12 pieces daily.
- Even with 4 months of permit delays, the 22-month design-to-completion schedule met owner expectations.
- Reveals and other architectural details complement the adjacent office structure.
- Deep recesses achieve a “punched window” appearance.
- Eight levels and three bays wide provide 1,300 parking spaces.
- Designed for future horizontal expansion, in both length and width
- Top level includes foliage for heat protection and aesthetics.
- Isolated stair tower allows the deck to move as needed to relieve load stresses and extend its life-span.
- Thicker exterior wall panels maintain deck’s structural integrity while accommodating deep recessed windows.
- Precast, prestressed pieces totaled 977 including tee beams, lite walls, flat slabs, double tees, and spandrels.