|Size:||Eight stories; 172,000 square feet|
|Cost:||$35 million – base building
$2.3 million – interiors
|Date:||Completed in 1998|
|Client:||The Nature Conservancy|
One of the first major headquarters buildings in the U.S. to incorporate extensive sustainable design concepts, the eight-story office tower constructed for The Nature Conservancy reflects the organization’s commitment to conservation and environmental stewardship. The building is located on a redeveloped brownfield site in the Metro-accessible community of Ballston. Foulger-Pratt served as developer and general contractor for the 172,000-square-foot build-to-suit base building as well as The Nature Conservancy’s 100,000-square-foot office build-out.