Development Projects

Boar’s Head Renovation

The Boar’s Head is a Charlottesville landmark at the doorstep of the grounds of the University of Virginia. This full-service resort features:

» 170 guest rooms and suites, with AAA Four Diamond Award-winning dining, attentive service and first-class accommodations.
» Over 22,000 square feet of meeting space—including our 9,000-square-foot Pavilion, 20 function rooms and outdoor space.
» Nationally-acclaimed tennis program on 26 state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor courts, a comprehensive fitness center and outdoor aquatics facilities.
» Birdwood Golf Course, a par-72 championship golf course.

Thematic Elements: 3 North
Project Architect: RJS +A
Interior Design: Hughes Design Associates
Landscape Architect: Water Street Studio

Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing

A 62,000 gross square foot advanced manufacturing research facility, including a 16,000 gross square foot high bay, dry/computer labs, offices, conference rooms, and support space. CCAM gives its members the capability to explore new manufacturing techniques around industrial coatings and tooling, as well as other specialty machining processes.

Completed:  September 2012
Architect:  Perkins+Will
Contractor:  W.M. Jordan
Design:  10 months
Construction:  10 months
Cost:  $17,000,000

Battle Building at UVA Children’s Hospital

The Battle Building at the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital is a pediatric outpatient healthcare facility that officially opened in June 2014. This seven-story, 200,000 SF facility houses pediatric primary care, dozens of pediatric specialties, a maternal and fetal medicine clinic, pediatric outpatient rehabilitation services, the teen and young adult health center, outpatient surgery center, and a clinical trials suite/clinical research office, all in one central location with immediate proximity to the UVA Medical Center.

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Completed:  June 2014
Architect:  Odell Associates/Stanley Beaman Sears
Contractor:  Kjellstrom & Lee
Design:  24 months
Construction:  38 months
Cost:  $117,000,000