Kincora Sales Center

Location: Sterling, VA

Square Footage: 1,900

Architect: David Carter Scott Ltd/Design Works

Client: Kincora

Description: Intricately designed real estate sales office located on the ground floor of a residential high rise building. This space contains the ultimate high-end finishes inclusive of 14 different wall coverings and 13 different lighting fixtures all perfectly blended in.

Willard Media Studio

Location: Washington DC

Square Footage: 4,300

Architect: Rust Orling Architects

Client: CARR Companies

Description: D.C.-based public relations firm Nahigian Strategies, in collaboration with The Carr Cos., launched a multimedia production space called Big Whig Media out of the Willard InterContinental Hotel. Big Whig has two main studio spaces with large windows to the Willard plaza as a backdrop. Users are able to retrofit the space with their logos and branding while recording. Big Whig includes 5 editing bays, 3 uplink rooms and a greenroom for guests. The center takes over the space formerly occupied by Chanel, next to Café du Parc.

Joseph Gawler’s Sons, LLC

Location: Washington, DC

Square Footage: 20,000

Architect: Flanagan Architects, PC

Client: Duane E Hills

Description: TEEL has developed a wonderful relationship with Gawler’s Funeral Home. Our team coordinated the completion of a stunning interior renovation. This included a Sequa Room with beautiful dark wood of the highest quality, which complimented the portraits of some of our finest presidents. A museum of memorabilia called the Founders Room, which carries artifacts reaching back to the day they started serving the community.

Delta Sky Club, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

Location: Arlington, VA

Square Footage: 6,500

Architect: Corgan

Client: Delta

Description: Delta Sky Club Lounge was a high-end custom renovation, conducted over the course of 8 months within an occupied space using a 6-phase approach to completely renovate the lounge, bar, kitchen, offices, corridors and bathrooms during off hours to keep the lounge operational throughout construction.

The Kenmore Apartments

Location: Washington, DC

Square Footage: 300,00+

Client: WashREIT

Description: Washington Real Estate Investment Trust [WashREIT] 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.

Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University

Location: Washington, DC

Square Footage: 30,000

Client: Gallaudet University

Description: Renovation 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.

Angelika Pop Up Union Market

Location: Washington, DC

Square Footage: 20,000

Architect: JCA Architects

Client: EDENS

Description: 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.

Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt

Location: Washington, D.C.

Square Footage: 62,800

Architect: Forum International/The S.E. Partnership

Client: Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt

Description: The 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 included comprehensive renovations of diplomatic offices and living quarters for the embassy staff.