10A — June 18 - July 22, 2021 — DelMarVa — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


D el M ar V a New hire brings +30 years of heavy civil construction experience and leadership to the firm William A. Hazel, Inc. names John Roddy new CEO

HANTILLY, VA — William A. Hazel , Inc., (WAH) one of Northern Virginia’s leading C

ing on nationally-recognized projects such as the Capital Beltway HOT lanes and the runway expansion at Dulles International Airport. Roddy, most recently the vice presi - dent of Operations for Ohio- based Head, Inc. began his tenure with the company on March 30, 2021. “I don’t think we could have chosen a better leader to con - tinue our company’s excellent work and to help expand our reach in the Region,” said David Hazel , who is leav - ing the company after three decades. “John brings more

than 30 years of heavy civil construction experience and leadership to the firm.” “John is recognized for the energy and commitment that he brings to his work. We believe the company will benefit from adding out - side experience, new and different perspectives and dynamic leadership as we continue to expand in the 21st century,” said Chairman of the Board William A. “Bill” Hazel Jr. , whose father and uncle incorporated the com - pany in 1964. WAH is recognized region-

wide for its unique, turnkey approach that maintains con - trol of the entire site develop - ment process. The company’s projects span the Northern Virginia region and across Virginia. The Hazel company name has, and continues to, label construction sites region-wide from Potomac Shores in east - ern Prince William County to Willowsford, Stone Ridge and Lansdowne in Loudoun County and Franklin Farms, South Lakes and Fair Lakes Shopping Center in Fairfax County.

WAH popularized the con - cept of “total site develop - ment,” with the idea that if you want something done right for your client, you do it yourself. For over 50 years, the company has created a legacy of success, dedication and commitment to the com - munities in which it works. Its long list of repeat clients is a testament to the benefits of its turnkey site development concept. MAREJ Meridian Group announces Boro Tower attracts Williams Mullen & Hanwha Defense

site develop - ment com - p an i e s , i s announce d that John Roddy has j o i ned the company as chief execu - tive officer.

John Roddy

Roddy is no stranger to Northern Virginia, having spent more than 30 years with Lane Construction work -

Boro Tower

TYSONS, VA — TheMerid- ian Group and Rockefeller Group announced that Wil - liams Mullen and Hanwha Defense International are open - ing offices at Boro Tower, the premier trophy office tower at 8350 Broad St. in Tysons. Williams Mullen, a pres - tigious full-service law firm, will lease 14,950 s/f starting in September. Hanwha, a global leader in defense solutions, will lease 2,768 s/f. “We are proud to announce that another outstanding law firm and market-leading com - pany are moving to Boro Tow - er,” said Katie Yanushonis , senior vice president of The Meridian Group. “As the world emerges from the pandemic, it’s exhilarating to see exceptional firms like Williams Mullen and Hanwha joining other suc - cessful companies here at this premier location.” Williams Mullen is relocating from a nearby office building in Tysons. It will occupy part of the Tower’s 16th floor. Meridian and Rockefeller Group co-developed the Gensler - designed, 440,000 s/f trophy of - fice tower. The trophy building is now 80% leased. MAREJ

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