TMG recently completed the $3.1 million interior buildout of 751 Miller Drive for Loudoun County.
The project consisted of the interior renovation of an existing one-story office building that is approximately 16,000 SF and a mezzanine area that is approximately 5,000 SF as well as the installation of a new elevator. The new space will be used in support of Loudoun County Fire Rescue’s goal of promoting the Health, Safety, and Wellness of its over 1,000 emergency responders. The new space includes:
- Office space for personnel assigned to the Office of Health, Safety and Wellness
- A large, two-story open space to conduct candidate physical agility tests for pre-hire candidates, annual work performance evaluations for incumbent personnel, and training and coaching to emergency responders in an attempt to reduce injury potential
- Workout/fitness space to rehabilitate injuries and promote full-body conditioning
- Locker room and equipment storage facilities
- Dedicated classroom to host a myriad of programs, seminars and presentations that are centric to promoting health and wellness of the emergency responder
The project was started in April 2019 and completed in October 2019. The architect was Moseley Architects.