The new building will be a proud addition to Richmond’s skyline, offering views of downtown and the James River. A decision about the construction of a second tower (pictured) will be made in 2019.
Yesterday, Dominion Resources announced its plan to construct a new office tower in downtown Richmond, VA. The design and construction team for the new tower will include Richmond-based Hourigan Construction as general contractor with Chicago-based developer Clayco as joint venture partner, Kendall/Heaton Associates of Houston as architect of record, Pickard Chilton of New Haven, Connecticut as design architect, and PDR as the interior designer.
At 20 stories, the office tower will provide 908,000 square feet of office and amenity space, including ground floor retail. It will replace an existing structure – the Richmond Plaza building – that Dominion purchased in 2011. Site demolition is expected to begin in June, and the new tower’s construction is targeted for completion in early 2019. Dominion is also considering the construction of a second, adjacent tower to replace its existing headquarters but will not make a final decision until the first building nears completion in 2019.
PDR is proud of to be part of this impactful project that will shape the Richmond skyline and influence the future of Dominion’s workplace.
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