The USACOM building was originally developed in 1992 for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center. The development project for this 320,000 square foot, two-story building was completed in a record eleven months. This office/laboratory/warehouse facility now houses a day care center and full service cafeteria for employees, and a close circuit, state of the art television center.
Dominion Enterprises, a build-to-suit project in the heart of downtown Norfolk, is a 20-story Class A corporate office headquarters tower totaling 505,018 gross square feet. This commercial building, located at the intersection of Granby Street, City Hall Avenue, and Plume Street, was constructed using a concrete frame structure, precast panels, and exterior glass walls. Robinson Development Group provided development consulting services as build-to-suit for Dominion Enterprises in 2006.
Features include first-floor retail space and lobby area totaling 12,950 square feet, a loading dock, and an entrance ramp to upper level parking. Floors 2-8 comprise an enclosed garage with 417 parking spaces. Floors 9-20 contain single-use corporate office space.
Lockheed Martin Suffolk
Robinson Development Group provided development-consulting services to Lockheed Martin, including site acquisitions, site planning, and coordinating the initial permitting process. RDG’s involvement helped in the construction of two major facilities: the Global Vision Integration Center and the Center for Innovation.
The 50,000-square-foot Global Vision Integration Center (GVIC) houses highly trained specialists in operations analysis, modeling and simulation, computers, and visualization systems. The Center for Innovation opened in April, 2005 with the mission of exploring the power of net-centric solutions. Since then, it has conducted major experiments and has supported over 148 Lockheed Martin programs.