Vantage offers a full range of general contracting services which includes preconstruction conceptual estimating, feasibility studies and value engineering, general contracting, design-assist, and construction management.
With this concept we build cost effective commercial construction projects in a timely manner with superior quality.
This video shows construction progress on Dulles Trade Center West (DTCW), two concrete tilt-up flex-industrial buildings for SBS Management in Sterling, VA. Building 1 encompasses 58,827 SF with 10 bays, each with its own loading dock, plumbing rough-in for two restrooms and 24 ft clear storage capacity. Building 2 has 14 bays with drive-in loading access, totaling 65,435 SF. Each of the 14 bays has plumbing rough-ins for two restrooms and 18 ft clear storage capability.
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K2M at Oaklawn – This video shows construction progress for the construction of K2M. K2M at Oaklawn is a design-assist, negotiated 148,850 SF build to suit corporate headquarters facility Leesburg, VA. The two-building complex is comprised of a 3-story, 60,000 SF Class A office building and 84,850 SF production/lab/warehouse facility. The project included full site work, shell and core construction and completion of extensive mechanical and electrical infrastructure to include high end HVAC, hood systems and back-up generators.
Beltway Brewery Time Lapse – This video shows construction progress for the construction of Beltway Brewery’s new facility in Sterling, VA. The 10,380 SF craft brewery included a full brew line and six fermentation vessels. Construction included the installation of a drive in cooler, boiler for process heating, compressed air piping, a milling room and all necessary features for a full micro brewing facility. Future space for a tasting room and home office headquarters on a newly constructed mezzanine were also included.
Wesley Theological Seminary Time Lapse – This video shows the construction of a new four story dormitory on the campus of Wesley Theological Seminary. The design-build team used the creative approach of Tilt-Up Concrete to build a lasting economical solution to the housing needs on the fifty year old campus. The steeply sloping site with its large tree population, proximity to an operating dormitory, and limited site access created many challenges. Vantage incorporated an inlayed brick system in the concrete tilt up panels to allow the building to blend and complement the existing campus. The project included single occupancy, hoteling, and double occupancy rooms as well as a new central plant to serve the entire campus’ heating and cooling needs.