The new Net Zero Energy group home will consist of a single-family residence and site improvement work. The new residence will be the primary home for Arlington adults with developmental disabilities. The new home will be constructed to meet the changing needs of the residents across their lifespans, regardless of physical and behavioral support needs. The house will contain six bedrooms, areas for daytime and nighttime staff, an open kitchen layout, communal living spaces, private outdoor spaces, and various energy-efficient elements.
MCN Build was selected as the General Contractor for Jennie Dean Park’s long-anticipated transformation. This 12.56-acre park offers two illuminated diamond fields, a lighted tennis court, a basketball court, a playground for pre-school and school-aged children, two picnic shelters, an all-gender restroom building, green casual use space, and a stream overlook. The scope of work included landscaping, site circulation, furnishings, signage, stormwater management, parking, public art, and historic interpretation elements. The new, re-designed playground is now closer to S. Four Mile Run Drive and more visible and accessible to the surrounding community. It’s ADA-accessible with age-separated areas and state-of-the-art safety features, including poured-in-place rubber surfaces.
MCN renovated the Arlington Public Schools Education Center and converted the building from business use to educational use. This 55,000SF building was converted into a state-of-the-art high school annex that expands to the capacity of the current Washington-Liberty high school on the same campus. The scope of work includes removing all existing and integrating new partitions and finishes, complete HVAC replacement, new roof and insulation, new windows, elevator replacement, entrance canopy, and new site improvements to support educational functions.
The Lubber Run Community Center is a brand-new 60,000 SF facility with a 50,000 SF underground parking structure, outdoor courts, and play spaces. As a part of the FY 2017 – 2026 Capital Improvement Plan, the new community center invigorates the surrounding neighborhoods with programs for community members of all ages, including a pre-school and senior center. The brand new community center is Net Zero Ready and seeking LEED Gold Certification.
MCN Build retrofitted the first four floors of the former National Diabetes Association headquarters to create a state-of-the-art elementary school with a focus on STEM education. The Ferdinand T. Day School provides a cutting-edge learning and recreational environment and houses up to 650 elementary school students. This project is LEED Certified.
MCN Build constructed the 20,000 SF Bahá’í Community Center that features a state-of-the-art auditorium, library, information center, kitchen facility, and multipurpose rooms. More than 20 years in the making, the commencement of the Baha’i Center’s construction was a historical event for both the Baha’i and the Northern Virginia community.
MCN Build converted a former gas station into a vibrant marketplace that’s adjacent to one of the Washington, DC area’s most heavily traveled thoroughfares. Once drab and uninviting, this new Vienna Shopping Center is now a crisp, modern magnet for community commerce.