Timmons Group has spent 60 years working with local, state, and federal governments on a variety of public sector projects. Whether it’s a new data center for the Social Security Administration or a new municipal fire station, our team of engineers are qualified to handle any size project. With over half of our workload originating from the public sector, we are extremely familiar with the public bidding process and the responsibility of designing tax-payer funded projects.
Enon Fire Training Buildings & Props
Location: Chesterfield County, Virginia Designed to provide approximately 10,000 square feet of non-combustible buildings which are used for the purpose of training firefighters by simulating building fires.
James River Water Project
Location: Fluvanna and Louisa Counties, Virginia In 2013, Timmons Group formed a Design-Build team consisting of Faulconer Construction Company and MEB Contractors as the contractor with Timmons Group as the designer.
WMATA Silver Line, Rail Yard and Parking Structures
Location: Loudoun County, VA
DASH Bus Operations and Maintenance Facilities
Location: Alexandria, Virginia Timmons Group provided civil design, permitting, landscape architecture and construction administration services for the City of Alexandria.
City of Fairfax, Virginia Stormwater Support Program
Location: City of Fairfax, Virginia Timmons Group is working with the City of Fairfax to examine all of its existing stormwater management policies and procedures and update them to be consistent with the requirements of the revised Virginia Stormwater Management Program regulations.
George Mason University Beacon Hall
Location: Prince William County, Virginia Upper Level Student Housing project on the Prince William Campus of George Mason University.
Stafford Stormwater Management Program Support
Location: Stafford County, Virginia
George Mason University Life Sciences Lab Building
Location: Fairfax County, Virginia The team of Gilbane, Cannon Design and Timmons Group was selected to design and construct the New Life Sciences Lab Building on GMU's Prince William Campus.
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