A 5,400 sf high-end interior fit-out for the future offices of Dr. Mesbahi and Dr. Venturi, 2 of our Nation’s leading cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons. The intricate finish package detailed by Architecture Inc includes back-lit natural onyx columns, terrazzo flooring, recessed lighting niches, custom art glass backsplashes, exotic tile walls, and custom built-in furniture, including the luxurious banquettes in the open and bright reception area pictured here.
Architect: Architecture, Inc. Location: McLean, VA
TEEL’s relocation to Fairfax, VA after nearly 28 years in Great Falls provided additional space for our team’s continued innovation and growth. Phase I of the relocation encompassed the interior fitout of the company’s new headquarters. Phase II brought the renovation outdoors with a new facade. Working closely with Cowie Associates and the City of Fairfax’s Board of Architectural Review, the team met rigorous historical district design criteria. As our architect Chris Cowie stated, “we sought a design that looks to the future but also respects the history of this building and the City of Fairfax. TEEL executed this vision with precision.” The design includes a new MEG paneling system, anodized aluminum canopies and a plaster entry column feature to better define the building entry. Check out the before and after photos in the gallery below.
Built on an 80,000 square foot lot in 1960, TEEL completed the comprehensive renovation of Southgate Shopping Center including a façade renovation, roof replacement, new electrical services, HVAC units and interior white box work with two tenant build-outs.
Together with the owner and architect, TEEL accomplished raising the façade for increased visibility of the shopping center along with creating contemporary lines by removing the brick and shingle material, adding brand new framing, EIFS and paint and incorporating the modern architectural detail finishes by Butz-Wilbern Architects. The before and after construction photos capture the building’s considerable exterior upgrades.
Washington REIT tasked TEEL in building a new home for their team in the heart of NW. OTJ Architect’s design of this corporate interior made sure not a square inch was left without an upgrade. Previously an open space with basic finishes, you will now find bright and open, floor-to-ceiling glass offices and conference rooms, a kitchenette, and a finish package that brings together all of the details of the new contemporary office.
Extensive millwork took part in making the 6,900 s.f. space functional – complete with custom built cabinets and organizational shelving – without ignoring modern touches such as under cabinet lighting to match the stylish furniture, artwork, and wall detail.
Jared – The Galleria of Jewelry has opened its newest location in Charlottesville, VA just after the 2017 New Year. This 5,300 s.f. ground-up project features Jared’s signature high end interior finishes and sleek exterior design.
Partnering with a long time client EDENS, TEEL completed the Jared’s turnkey project as well as several other shell buildings, retail shops and restaurants at The Shops at Stonefield.
Advantage Financial Federal Credit Union opened the doors of their newest branch in August 2016 as part of a 363,000 sf building leased by the DOJ in the NoMa Development.
The Project team of Collective Architecture and TEEL Construction delivered the space at 175 N Street NE Washington, DC complete with high end solid surface countertops, glass doors/walls and custom ergonomically designed teller desks. The colors and textures bring an inviting feel to the space.
Warby Parker is spearheading the ‘click to bricks’ trend with a rapid expansion into retail locations. TEEL was tasked with the build out of their first Virginia location at Tysons Corner Center. This space is furnished with high end finishes from the elaborate terrazzo tile to the custom hardwood millwork throughout.
Description: Located in Downtown Chicago, this financial institution required a comprehensive build out including extensive electrical work on multiple floors of the Class A high security building. Trading desks, UPS systems, multiple television locations and security cameras kept their signature modern trends in appearance. TEEL is looking forward to continue working with the team in 2017 as we’ve been awarded the opportunity to complete two more projects together.
Pret A Manger selected TEEL to complete the build-out of their new Midtown Manhattan location at 46th and 8th Avenue. The project team’s successful performance helped secure two additional projects for the growing restaurant group. Here’s what our clients had to say:
“I’m really looking forward to your next projects with Pret. [TEEL’s Superintendent] did a really great job at 46&8 and he was very supportive to me and the team. Our job becomes easier when we work with people like that.”Adam Tomczyk, Operations Manager
“Just a quick note to let you know what an amazing job [TEEL’s superintendent] did on the 1350 Sixth Avenue extension project. This is probably one of the most complex projects Pret has ever done in USA also considering that we only closed for a long weekend. Everybody at Pret is very pleased with the outcome. It is a beautiful store.”Sergio Garcia, Construction Project Manager
The 8,000 SF of Washington REIT Spec Suites on the 3rd Floor of the Monument II building in Herndon, VA included completely new mechanical, plumbing and lighting systems for (3) new future tenant suites including pantry’s, conference rooms and glass wall features.
After nearly 28 years in our Great Falls, VA office, we chose the City of Fairfax as our home for the next 30 years. Our team demolished the former 8,000 s.f. law firm to create an open – yet private – collaborative work environment for our home office team. Working closely with the architect, we set out to balance the trendy open office work space with a series of perimeter offices clad with glass storefronts. This allowed for abundant natural lighting to permeate throughout the floor plan which was supplemented with LED ambient-dimming lighting. The public areas feature white oak millwork, painted structural decking and a charcoal-stained and polished concrete floor. In order to move in before year end, the project was put on an accelerated schedule and completed in 7 weeks.
TEEL was contracted by EDENS to lead the 2nd phase of development at the Shops at Stonefield. A pair of single-story base buildings were constructed to a cold dark shell condition totaling approximately 21,600 s.f. TEEL subsequently prepared the shells for the incoming retail and restaurant tenants to vanilla box condition.
Architect: Bignell Watkins Hasser Architects, PC
Location: Shops at Stonefield – Charlottesville, VA
When modern thinking creative firm HUGE, Inc. began to outgrow their existing DC office space, they selected a 12,000 SF section of what was previously an electrical supply warehouse in EDENS’ Union Market development. The converted open office space received a mezzanine lounge, all new mechanical systems, NXT wall storefront assemblies and dry erase idea paint on office walls throughout while still maintaining it’s industrial feel.
TEEL built this shop in shop cafe in the Millenia Mall Bloomingdales in Orlando, FL. Forty Carrots took the prior footprint of a retail clothier, stock room, and fitting room in the Bloomingdales’ main sales floor. Be sure to visit next to get sandwiches, smoothies, or ice cream next time your in the area.
Repeat client, Air Ventures entrusted TEEL with the construction of their new Wolfgang Puck concept “The Kitchen.” A 3,000 SF new build-out in Concourse A of Washington Dulles International Airport combined three previous restaurant spaces into one. Notable features include the oversized Woodstone Pizza Oven, a double layer floating concrete panel ceiling system and custom light fixtures from the Czech Republic.
Located in Terminal B of Washington Dulles International Airport, this 500 square foot retail store offers high end ladies’ designer bags to fit any need. With a selection from luggage, to purses to jewelry, this is sure to be a great stop next time you’re catching a flight from Dulles.
Architect: Tricarico Architecture and Design
Location: B Terminal – Washington Dulles International Airport
SoulCycle tasked TEEL with building this 3,200 sqft studio in the trendy U street corridor of DC. 14th & U features a 65 bike sound proof studio with high-end features throughout. Be sure to visit SoulCycle to experience their re-invention of indoor cycling. Architect: Mark Vetter Architecture Location: 14th and U Streets, NW – Washington D.C.
Kit & Ace creators J.J. and Shannon Wilson wanted to fill a void in the luxury apparel industry by introducing casual cashmere for their customers. The luxury is in the details, boasts the new addition to high-end retail shopping walk, Bethesda Row. TEEL Construction’s extensive experience with high-end retail establishments made for a natural match as a part of Kit & Ace’s project team. The store opened for it’s first customers in November 2015.
Washington Real Estate Investment Trust [Wash REIT] contracted with TEEL to complete the base building mechanical system upgrade of The Kenmore Apartments in NW. The circa 1955 boiler system was replaced with state-of-the art ductless heat pumps to the building’s 351 individual apartment units. During the course of the upgrade, the building also underwent extensive renovations to the 10 floors of corridors and lobbies.
Location: 5415 Connecticut Ave NW – Washington, DC
The Firkin & Flyer is a British style pub at BWI, conveniently located in the B/C Concourse connector. Decked out with wall to wall graphics and an aeronautical themed decor, it features a full size biplane mounted directly in the terminal between the main dining area/bar and the high-end lounge across the hall, designed for patrons to relax and grab a drink while they wait for their flights. Click here to check out the flyover rendering.
This renovation of an old warehouse in a DC packing district brings Chef Nick Stefanelli’s aspiration for his first restaurant to life, which has since been awarded a Michelin Star. The 2,000 square foot interior’s features include an open kitchen, hand-made tile, white marble countertops, custom-made climate controlled wine cabinets, and a mixture of plaster and exposed walls and ceilings. Outdoors, you can sit under the 1,500 square foot climate controlled pergola which is fully retractable, and covers the imported hand-painted tile floor. While waiting for a table, you can lounge at one of the couches that surround the fire pits at the entrance to the restaurant.
Renovation of 30,000 SF of offices on the 3rd floor of this existing, functioning and fully operating Kellogg Conference Center Hotel (KCC) into 29 hotel rooms at Gallaudet University. The schedule was based upon getting rooms open and ready in preparation for a fully scheduled spring season of events where the Hotel Operator is counting on the additional revenue from these 29 rooms. The biggest challenge that presented itself on this Project was working around the KCC events schedule and Hotel occupancy while still progressing the construction schedule. Adding 29 bathrooms to the floor meant plenty of core drilling which couldn’t be done in the evening due to Hotel guests, above, and couldn’t be done in the day due to Conference Center Events, below. The project team was able to schedule and complete over 180 core drills, while balancing the Client’s needs with the progress of the job.
“I cannot speak more highly of my experience working with the TEEL team. My experience with TEEL was seamless, cooperative, accommodating and completely in control. They came in on time and on budget. A rare situation these days.” – Carlo Alessi, CEO, Robelan (Owner’s Rep)
Architect: Mark Design Studios Architecture, P.C.
Location: Gallaudet University – 800 Florida Avenue, NW, Washington DC
10,000 SF tenant fit out for national retailer Pier 1 Imports who shut down an existing store location less than 1 mile from this new location in The Foxchase Shopping Center [see facade renovation in TEEL’s portfolio]. TEEL was contracted by the building owner and landlord, Washington Real Estate Investment Trust (Washington REIT) to complete the turnkey build-out. The challenges presented on this Project were in taking three smaller tenant spaces, built slab on grade at two separate elevations along with a non-structural slab at a third elevation, and delivering a final slab at one elevation for the 9500 SF sales area required by the design. TEEL’s scheduling and coordination between subcontractors and the structural engineer was critical to the resolution of the structural puzzles presented on the project.
EDENS contracted with TEEL to transform a former electrical supply warehouse into a 3-screen Angelika Film Center “microcinema”. The Pop-Up will be Angelika’s temporary venue while EDENS develops a new full-scale cinema a block away at Union Market.
A 6,000 s.f. fit-out for the men’s clothier, HMX Group. The team was charged with preserving this historical fabric of the Georgetown structure while constructing reclaimed components which contributed to the eclectic theme experienced throughout the 2-story building.
Architect: Jeffrey Hutchison
Completed Locations: Georgetown, DC (photos courtesy of Jeffery Hutchison), Beverly Hills, CA
When Dr. Saundra L. Seaman, M.D. needed additional real estate to expand her growing practice, she turned to TEEL to help with her medical office expansion and renovation. Three exam rooms, a new office and a larger reception area were added as part of the expansion while comprehensive renovations to the existing practice were completed to tie the spaces together. The project was completed off-hours and during the weekends to ensure no down-time occurred to the practice.
A full-floor turnkey build-out completed for Penzance, this 9,255 SF office with 1,560
SF terrace at 1500 Wilson Blvd features an open ceiling concept and an extensive glass package to help filter natural light through the space. One of FI Consulting’s core values is an “emphasis on teamwork and open communication.” The team adopted this motto from day 1 and effectively communicated throughout the course of the project, leading to a successful turnover and happy tenant.
Collective Architecture brought in TEEL during the early conceptual design phase of the project. We worked closely with Collective and Spartan Surfaces to provide budgeting and value engineering of the comprehensive renovation of this 14th Street row house. Collective Architecture’s sleek design featuring clean lines, floating ceilings, a floating mirror wall and a tree trunk that was scribed to the solid surface countertop gives way to the showroom’s featured product lines. One of Spartan Surface’s missions is to “Help our clients bring a vision to life.” With our collective team approach, we achieved this mission for out client.
Architect: Collective Architecture
“I just think you should know that your team did way more than an AMAZING job…they KILLED it…so impressed and I do not say that often.” – Alex Hurtado, Principal, Collective Architecture
A comprehensive renovation of their 13,000 square foot Roslyn, VA headquarters. TEEL partnered with architectural firm Esoarch Studios in this design-build contract to ensure the conceptual budget and proposed schedule were maintained. The project’s scope included new carpet and paint throughout the fully occupied 11th floor suite, as well as the reconfiguration of several core work areas to help promote collaboration. The MAPI project was completed in tandem with TEEL’s base building contract to renovate four (4) floors of public corridors and core restrooms. Location: Arlington, VA Architect: Esoarch Studios
Refresh of the common area included 20,300 square feet of occupied office space. New porcelain tile lobby, café lighting, conference room Connectrac floor boxes, paint and carpet throughout. Architect: ID Group Location: Reston, VA
This engineering firm established a goal of sustainable construction in its new Bethesda headquarters. Recycled flooring, low VOC paint and energy efficient LED lighting achieves this vision. Architect: Gronning Architects Location: Bethesda, MD
ContourGlobals regional headquarters was constructed using environmentally-sound, high-end materials throughout the 4,500 square foot 9th floor suite. The custom millwork package prevalent throughout the suite was complemented with incandescent accent lighting and colorful wall/ floor finishes, ultimately displaying the company’s energetic vision. Architect: Architétc Location: Reston, VA
With only a short window of time to complete this 3,100 SF spa while temporarily closed, TEEL performed a full renovation to the Salon portion of the space. Renovations included constructing a new stainless steel clad color lab, 12 new styling stations, 3 hair washing stations and a 3 chair manicure lounge. Photographs courtesy of Tom Lesser Architect: Light + Form Architecture Location: Broadlands, VA
A design build project, TEEL Construction’s collaboration with ESOARC Studio of Falls Church VA, yielded delivery of a fresh new look to the Dessange Spa – Paris, that had not seen in 15 years in its Chevy Chase location. As the single source selection, TEEL Construction (with its design team members) dovetailed Parisian notion into hard facts on paper, transforming a dull corner of Wisconsin Ave into a place of rest and relaxation. Appointed with high end finishes, and touches that define the client, Dessange Paris rises above local competition, and sets a new standard in personal care for their industry. Architect: Esoarch Studio Location: Chevy Chase, MD
Located 3 blocks south of the Pentagon, this spa features a vaulted back-lit ceiling and glass monument wall. The salon includes 8 manicure stations, 8 pedicure stations and 2 massage rooms. Photographs courtesy of Dr. Michael Winn Architect: N-Square Engineers Location: Arlington, VA
A complete finish and interior element renovation of the salon and retail space was completed.This included the removal, modification and addition of cabinetry, the provision and installation of interior custom glass paneling, and state of the art work stations. These changes additionally included painting, wall coverings, floor finishing, signage, electrical, HVAC and illuminated wall graphics to top things off. In the end, the space opened exactly as the customer intended right in time for the 2009 Presidential inauguration. Our collective team efforts allowed every invitation and scheduled celebrity booking to happen in an apparent stream of effortless energy. Architect: Various Location: Chevy Chase, MD
The British Fashion Invasion Week at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship store was celebrated by AllSaints’ Biker Project. Venetian polished plaster wallboard imported from England surrounded steel supports erected to display the high-end retailer’s leather biker jackets. A vintage Triumph motorcycle engine suspended using a chain and pulley mechanism is the main focal point of the display. Completed locations:
59th Street – New York, NY [pictured]
Aventura – Miami, FL
Beverly Center – Beverly Hills, CA
Lenox Square – Atlanta, GA
Old Orchard – Skokie, IL
Roosevelt Field – Gasrden City, NY
Stanford – Palo Alto, CA
White Plains, NY
The NYC-based women’s fashion and accessory retailer features six unique ‘shops’ including the “American Dream,” “Morocco,” “Hacienda” and “English Country,” each incorporating their own unique style and finishes. C. Wonder Tysons Corner is the company’s 1st Washington DC-metro store. Architect: Various Completed Locations:
Garden State Plaza – Paramus, NJ [renovation]
Pentagon Fashion Center – Arlington, VA
Roosevelt Field – Garden City, NY [renovation]
Spring Street (Soho) – NYC, NY [renovation]
Streets at Southpoint – Durham, NC
Tysons Corner Center – McLean, VA (pictured)
Westchester Mall – White Plains, NY [renovation]
These high-end stationary boutiques feature custom millwork, stained concrete floors (hardwood in the older locations) and a vivid paint schematic, creating the welcoming ambiance Paper Source has become known for.
Corte Maderia, CA
Houston, TX (x2)
The authentic British clothier opened its 4th U.S. store in the heart of Georgetown at 3221 M. Street. The boutique features imported millwork from Spain, reclaimed hardwood floors and a bright white paint palette that showcases the men’s and women’s outerwear. Architect: RGLA Location: Georgetown, D.C.
This 1000 square foot custom retail / jeweler fit-out was the 1st TOUS completed in Virginia. The Barcelona, Spain-based retailer is pushing quickly into the United States, and plans to open 30 stores next year.
Architect: Coratola Architectural Studios
Location: McLean, VA
When Federated Department Stores needs a reliable, professional contractor to complete their build-outs, they repeatedly turn to TEEL Construction. TEEL has completed 100’s of projects for this client throughout the country from dressing room and HVAC upgrades to full-floor renovations.
Bridal Registry – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Designer Bridge – Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Domestic’s Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Dress Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Dress Department – Willow Grove, PA
Dressing Rooms – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Dressing Rooms – Willow Grove, PA
Entrance Renovation – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Furniture Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Handbags Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Intimate Apparel – Atlanta, GA
Intimate Apparel – King of Prussia, PA
Mattress Department – Chevy Chase, MD
Mattress Department – Lenox Mall – Atlanta, GA
Ready to Wear – Complete 2Nd Floor Renovation – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Rug Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Textile Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
YES Department – Lenox Mall
Once Federated Department Stores bought-out Hecht’s, they solicited TEEL Construction to help with the Macy’s transition. Throughout the past 15 years, TEEL has renovated nearly every inch of this 315,000 square foot Macy’s @ Pentagon Fashion Center. Our work has included new carpet, paint, and extensive renovations to practically every department within the store and many more through the United States.
American Greeting– Fair Oaks, VA
American Greeting– Metro Center, DC
Designer Bridge – Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Fur Room – Metro Center, DC
Macy’s By Appointment [MBA] – Columbia, MD
Macy’s By Appointment [MBA] – Metro Center, DC
Men’s Department – Oxford Valley Mall, PA
Men’s Shoe Department – Metro Center, DC
Rug Department – Gaithersburg, MD
Textile Department – Fair Oaks, VA
Textile Department – King of Prussia, PA
Textile Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Women’s Shoe Department – Concord, MA
Women’s Shoe Department – Deptford Mall
Women’s Shoe Department – Wheaton Mall, MD
Women’s Shoe Department – Annapolis, MD
Located in Pier B of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, this restaurant and grille raises the bar for airport concessions with it’s upscale menu and craft beer list. These selections, paired with high-end architectural elements such as the honey onyx lit bar top and Interlam fabric-wrapped wall panels create an atmosphere like no other at the airport. Architect: Lami Grubb Architects Location: Ronald Reagan National Airport
Located in The Shops at Stonefield in Charlottesville, this 4,500 square foot oyster bar and restaurant owned by acclaimed Restaurateur Travis Croxton of Rappahannock Oyster Co., features a minimalist design with a large dining area, open ceilings, stained concrete floors, an open view kitchen, and a 20-seat white marble topped bar. An outdoor patio with a roll up garage door for outdoor bar seating will be sure to attract patrons in the warmer months. Architect: John Cooney Associates Location: Charlottesville, VA
TEEL constructed this 135-seat bistro (IAD’s Largest Restaurant), converting what once was three retail spaces. Bistro Atelier opened by restauranteur, Hakan Ilhan, brings classic French cuisine to the airport, including savory and sweet crepes, and an all day breakfast and brunch menu. Architect: Norris Design Studio Location: Dulles International Airport
The Denver-based fast casual restaurant chain is quickly expanding east. Typically constructed within ten (10) weeks, TEEL is charged with effectively managing over 2 dozen subcontractors and Owner vendors to ensure an on-time opening. The Smashburger name refers to the chain’s process of smashing meat on the grill; meant to keep the juices seared in. Different geographical regions boast their own unique burger; i.e. “The Capital” in the DC-metro and “The New Englander” in Boston. Architect: Various Completed locations:
Baltimore, MD [Fells Point]
Bronx, NY [Riverdale]
Cortlandt Manor, NY
Dupont Circle, DC
Ellicott City, MD
Falls Church, VA
Gaithersburg, MD [Downtown Crown]
Merrifield, VA [Dunn Loring Metro]
NYC, NY [Williams St]
Owings Mills, MD
Ronald Reagan National Airport [DCA]
Vienna, VA [Tysons West Metro]
Washington Dulles International Airport [IAD]
TEEL completed this Starbucks inside the new Marquis Marriot in Washington DC. This location has a wood feature wall (see photo), which is a new concept you may be seeing at more Starbucks soon. The build was completed and ready to open concurrently with the opening of the Marquis Marriot. Architect: Cooper Carry Location: Marquis Marriot – Washington, DC
TEEL’s 2nd project for the California-based wine bar/ café/ retail shop was Vino Volo’s 1st out-of-airport location. The ‘wine country chic’ style of construction boasts reclaimed barn wood from Missouri used for interior millwork components and the storefront façade. The 55-seat dining room overlooks a 12-seat custom zinc bar top with backlit feature wall that separates the bar/ dining room areas from the retail wine shop.
Architect: Collective Architecture
Location: Bethesda, MD
Other Completed Locations: Tysons Corner, VA, Dulles International Airport, Jacksonville International Airport, Baltimore Washington International Airport
Elevation Burger’s commitment to the environment was upheld with the use of high-end, environmentally sustainable and non-hazardous finishes. Included in this mix was bamboo flooring, low VOC paints and sorghum countertops. The project’s scope also included a new storefront trimmed out with reclaimed wood components leading to exterior patio dining. Architect: Lingle Design Group Location: Fair Oaks Mall, Fairfax, VA
Located in Arlington’s trendy Clarendon neighborhood, this restaurant and bar features a 4,000 square foot dining room and elaborate bar with a 1,300 square foot mezzanine used primarily for storage and the mechanical equipment servicing the top-of-the-line kitchen below. An outdoor patio on Clarendon Boulevard and terrace in the front of the building will be sure to attract patrons in the warmer months. Architect: Studio Cinq Location: Arlington, VA
This 120-seat restaurant in the heart of historic Old Town is Pizzeria Paradiso’s 3rd location in the Washington Metropolitan Area (following Dupont Circle and Georgetown, respectively). The “warehouse styled” theme prevalent throughout all 3 locations features exposed brick veneer and reclaimed wood used for flooring and millwork aspects on the project. Architect: Gronning Architects Location: Old Town Alexandria, VA
When owner Francois Haeringer wanted his world-renowned restaurant to remain operative during kitchen and dining room renovations, he hired TEEL to insure a delicate delivery. Location: Great Falls, VA
New Heights is one of Washington DC’s premier Contemporary American restaurants. With its open dinning room ceilings and large windows overlooking the District’s Rock Creek Park, a truly stylish ambiance has been maintained since the project’s completion over 20 years ago. Take it from Zagat: “New Heights sets a standard for creativity year after year – top honors for food, service and stylish décor.” Location: Washington, DC
These 2,500-3,000 square foot sandwich shops were completed during the Spring/ Summer of 2008 at the end of the 200-store roll-out. Architect: Various Completed locations:
National Harbour, MD
NW Washington DC
The 2,800 square foot pavilion enclosure features a polycarbonate roof system, imported travertine tiles from Turkey and a custom lighting package that intensifies Egyptian artwork throughout the open space. The project’s scope also includes comprehensive renovations to 60,000 square feet of diplomatic offices and living quarters. Architect: Forum International/ The S.E. Partnership Location: Washington, DC
For its first interior renovation in over 20 years of business, Great Falls Eye Care selected TEEL Construction to pull a ‘once upon a time’ interior into the present. Using a design build approach to construction, TEEL construction assisted with the spaces design to provide the largest punch, for the least amount. Coordinating millwork, interior finishes and MEP modifications in the very brief window of time provided by the client. Location: Great Falls, VA
This turn-key cosmetic surgery center, home of Dr. Phillip J. Chang, M.D., features staff offices with lounge, consult rooms, laser surgery facilities and two procedure rooms equip with a full array of medical gases. Curved partitions and bulkheads can be found throughout the main corridor. Architect: Architecture, Inc. Location: Lansdowne, VA
Since 2013, TEEL has become one of ALDI’s trusted partners in the mid-Atlantic and Northeast . With over 5 dozen projects successfully completed or under construction (as of June 2017), TEEL is helping ALDI achieve its U.S. expansion goal of opening 900 new stores by 2020.
Alexandria, VA [Renovation]
Alexandria, VA – Seminary Plaza [New In-line Store]
Alexandria, VA – Monroe Ave [New In-line Store]
Ashburn, VA [New In-line Store]
Asheboro, NC [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Baltimore, MD – 2 Locations [Renovations]
Beltsville, MD [Remodel]
Chantilly, VA [Remodel]
Chesapeake, VA [New In-line Store]
Chester, VA [New Ground-up Store]
Cheverly, MD [Remodel]
Culpeper, VA [Remodel]
Danville, VA [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
District Heights, MD [Renovation]
Dumfries, VA [New Ground-up Store]
East Windsor, NJ [New In-line Store]
Edgewater Park, NJ [New In-line Store]
Edgewood, MD [Renovation]
Edgewater Park, MD [New In-line Store]
Fairfax, VA [New In-line Store]
Fairfax, VA [Remodel]
Fredericksburg, VA – 2 Locations [Comprehensive Renovations]
Gaithersburg, MD [Remodel]
Glasboro, NJ [New In-line Store]
High Point, NC [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Hyattsville, MD [Expansion]
Lancaster, PA [New In-line Store]
Langley Park, MD [Facade Renovation, Comprehensive Renovation]
Lanham, MD [Comprehensive Renovation]
Lavale, MD [Remodel]
Lebanon, PA [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Lexington, NC [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Lexington Park, MD [New Ground-up Store]
Manassas, VA , 2 Locations [Comprehensive Renovations]
Martinsville, VA [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Merrifield, VA [New In-line Store]
Midlothian, VA [New Ground-up Store]
Mooresville, NC [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Salisbury, NC [Remodel]
Springfield, VA [New In-line Store]
Stafford, VA [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Sterling, VA [Remodel]
Stratford, NJ [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Randallstown, MD [Façade Renovation]
Randallstown, MD [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Richmond, VA – Meyers Street [New Ground-up Store]
Richmond, VA – Forest Hill Ave [New Ground-up Store]
Towson, MD [Façade Renovation]
Towson, MD [Remodel]
Thomasville, NC [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Turnersville, NJ [Expansion, Comprehensive Renovation]
Virginia Beach, VA – Kempsville Rd [New Ground-up Store]
Virginia Beach, VA – Chic’s Beach [New In-line Store]
Washington, DC [Remodel]
Waynesboro, VA [New Ground-up Store]
Westminster, MD [Remodel]
Winston Salem, NC – 2 Locations [Expansions, Comprehensive Renovations]
Woodbury, NJ [New In-line Store]
York, PA [Insurance Repair]
The renovation of the PNC Bank branch located in the historic Farmers & Mechanics Bank building included upgrades and improvements to the teller line, break rooms, lobby, vault, offices, stairways, corridors, building exterior, and site. The scope of work included new millwork, carpet, vinyl flooring, terrazzo, drywall, plaster repairs, painting, concrete, and plumbing fixtures. The project was completed during off hours which allowed for uninterrupted bank operations throughout the project. The Farmers & Mechanics building is a contributing property to the Georgetown Historic District and is a National Historic Landmark.
Location: Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
Other Completed Locations: 1100 H Street – Washington, DC, Duke Street – Alexandria, VA, North Washington Street, Alexandria VA , West End – Washington, DC, Dulles Coppermine – Herndon VA, Dulles 28 – Sterling VA, Bristow VA, Aberdeen MD, Glen Burnie MD, Warrenton VA
From full-floor occupied renovations to complete regional office fit-outs, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney has entrusted TEEL with their construction needs since June, 2011. TEEL’s strategic approach to partner with top-tier local subcontractors has enabled the company to service Morgan Stanley’s national presence. Architect: Various Completed Locations:
Boca Raton, FL
Boston, MA [State Street]
Bryn Mawr, PA
Florham Park, NJ
Little Rock, AR
Oklahoma City, OK
West Hartford, CT
Wilkes Barre, PA
Complete interior demolition and renovation of a stand-alone building that housed a former Bank of America to include modification to the drive thru isles, replacement of the exterior fascia, new storefront, bullet resistant glass and teller line. Architect: Samaha & Associates Location: Springfield, VA
A complete renovation of an existing free standing structure to accommodate the arriving PGCF Credit Union. Work consisted of a complete interior removal, with the return of specified appointments to included state of the art communication and banking systems. Architect: Coratola Architectural Studios Location: Beltsville, MD
Total demolition and renovation of a stand-alone building that was a former dry cleaners, including structural roof components, MEP, storefront and façade, to a white-box condition for a future Verizon Wireless store. TEEL subsequently was awarded the interior tenant fit-out for Verizon Wireless. Location: Colesville, MD Architect: Aitken-Sadlik Architects
Demolished 50% of the existing shopping center, making room for a new grocery store, flanked by new retail buildings. The project also included a façade renovation of 850 lineal feet of existing shopping center, new site utilities, sidewalks, entrances, lighting and landscaping. Location: Alexandria, VA Architect: Rounds VanDuzer Architects
This 450 linear foot façade renovation included an EIFS parapet addition, new storefront assemblies, decorative brick piers, shed-style awnings and accent lighting. Extensive site work was also completed, comprising a storm water management system, new curb and gutter and site paving. Location: Landover Hills, MD Architect: Brasher Design
The wood-framed storefront was removed and replaced with an anodized aluminum assembly, complete with aluminum c-channels and corrugated metal accents. Location: Reston, VA Architect: Cooper Carry Architects
Façade renovation to the 215′ strip mall. This “facelift” was primarily constructed of light gauge framing and EIFS (Exterior Insulation Finish System). New standing-seam roofing and a decorative gutter / cornice system were also installed to revitalize the property. Location: Laurel, MD Architect: Cowie Associates PC
Construction of a 3,000 square foot retail and office building, an addition of a 2nd story to the existing strip mall; and a complete façade renovation with new sidewalks, pavers, curb and gutter. Loaction: Chevy Chase, MD Architect: Manion and Associates
This 8,000 square foot conversion of St. Paul’s Church administrative vestry into a Montessori School was completed in 10 weeks. The fit-out incorporated classrooms for primary and elementary education, complete with a library and offices for the school’s administration. Each of the 4 classrooms features custom millwork and a vibrant color scheme that is distinctive to the Montessori environment. Architect: Group07 Location: NW, DC
Kaplan’s highest-level educational facilities, Kaplan University (KU), provide students with advance-placement graduate programs ranging from business to medical concentrations. Constructed using high-end finishes and state-of-the-art mechanical and electrical systems, these facilities offer students and faculty all the “creature comforts” a modern collegiate campus would provide. Architect: Various Completed Locations:
Boca Raton, FL
Cedar Falls, IA
Cedar Rapids, IA
Columbia, MD [KHEC]
Council Bluffs, IA
Des Moines, IA
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Hagerstown, MD [KHEC]
Philadelphia, PA [CHI Institute]
Philadelphia, PA [Thompson Institute, Phases 1, 2 and 3]
Sacramento, CA [KHEC]
Kaplan College’s Ohio Institute of Photography and Technology features 49,000 square feet of specialized photo labs, dental labs, computer labs and HVAC and electrical programs. Architect: Ted Moudis Associates
Alexandria, VA [TESST College]
Baltimore, MD [TESST College]
Beltsville, MD [TESST College]
Concord, NH [Hesser College]
Dayton, OH [Ohio Institute of Photography] Pictured
Frederick, MD [Kaplan Dental College]
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Hagerstown, MD [Hagerstown Business College]
Indianapolis, IN [KCI]
Indianapolis, IN [Nursing Lab]
Indianapolis, IN [Sawyer College]
Jacksonville, FL [Nursing Lab]
Nashua, NH [Hesser College]
New Orleans, LA
Pittsburg, PA [ICM]
Portland, ME [Andover College]
Portsmouth, NY [Hesser College]
Stockton, CA [Maric College]
Towson, MD [TESST College]
Kaplan’s Test Prep and Admissions (KTPA) program is geared toward providing support for students making transitions from high school to college, college to graduate school and graduate school to licensure. KTPAs range from 2,000-10,000 square feet and include lecture rooms, computer labs and facility offices. Projects are typically completed within a 2-3 month schedule.
Ann Arbor, MI
Atlanta, GA [Georgia Tech]
Bryn Marr, PA
Chapel Hill, NC
Cherry Hill, NJ
College Park, MD
Coral Gables, FL
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Montreal, Quebec CA
New Haven, CT
New York City, NY
New York City, NY
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
Stony Brook, NY
West Lafayette, IN