Balfour Beatty chosen for new residential tower in Washington

By Lucy Dixon
Balfour Beatty Construction has been selected by Wood Partners to build a residential tower in WashingtonsNoMa neighborhood. Located at 33 N Street NE...

Balfour Beatty Construction has been selected by Wood Partners to build a residential tower in Washington’s NoMa neighborhood.

Located at 33 N Street NE, the 13-storey residential development will be a 346-unit, concrete-framed luxury high-rise development over a three-level parking garage with 210 spaces. The building will include a mix of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, and will also offer a select number of micro units and two-level suites.

Bryan Frady, Project Executive at Balfour Beatty Construction, said: “Wood Partners is well known for developing intelligently designed projects that greatly enhance communities around the country and we are honoured to be their construction partner. We have a great history working with Wood Partners, particularly in the Southeast region, and we’re excited to be their construction partner for the first time in the Mid-Atlantic region. Our team has been deeply involved on this project throughout the pre-construction phase and will continue leveraging the latest technologies and Lean construction methodologies to deliver this tremendous project.”

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