Patent and Trademark Office Headquarters

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project at a glance

The United States Patent and Trademark Office Headquarters rests on a 4,900,000 square foot campus in Alexandria, Virginia - featuring a 2,500,000 square foot, five-building 11-story complex, two smaller 77,000 square foot residential buildings and associated garages.

The construction and interior fit-out of office buildings Jefferson, Knox, Randolph, Remsen and Madison East and West (tied together via a 13-story enclosed atrium), as well as townhouses Carlyle and Elizabeth were delivered under a phased approach, under budget and three months ahead of schedule.

The majority of the building area is comprised of office space with the balance (404,000 square feet) consisting of joint use space; such as computer and scientific information facilities, auditorium and training space, two data centers, child care center, catering kitchen, cafeteria, and general warehousing space.

The USPTO project, serving as a beacon of Alexandria's Carlyle district has received numerous industry awards, particularly from the National Landmark Institute, NAOIP, Mid-Atlantic Construction, Washington Building Congress, General Services Administration, Washington Business Journal and the Environmental Protection Agency.

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