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X Corp Solutions to construct corporate headquarters in Stafford County

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X Corp Solutions, a defense contractor with 127 employees, is moving its headquarters to a building it’s constructing at the Quantico Corporate Center in Stafford County. 

The company said construction is scheduled to begin next month on a 30,000-square-foot, three-story facility designed as a “one-stop shop” for cybersecurity businesses, education training, certification and accreditation.

The building includes plans for an education center, training academy and cyber range. It is projected to open in the spring 2019.

X Corp Solutions is a veteran-owned business and a certified Small Business Administration program participant that specializes in program management, cybersecurity, education and training. The company provides a range of services and support to the military, Department of Homeland Security and commercial clients.

“We chose Quantico Corporate Center because we wanted to keep our corporate headquarters in Stafford, but we also needed a modern space with easy access to Northern Virginia,” company President Cesar Nader said in a statement.

The center is home to other defense and technology companies, the U.S. government and academic programs in business, forensics and cyber related degrees. Upon completion, Quantico Corporate Center will provide more than 1 million square feet of Class A office, university and supporting amenities.

“X Corp Solutions provides another prime example of the growing IT corridor in northern Stafford County and the type of company attracted to this particular region outside of Marine Corps Base Quantico,” David Newman, vice president, Silver-Honaker Development, said in a statement.

Developed by the Silver Cos. of Fredericksburg, the center is located 25 miles south of the Washington Capital Beltway along Interstate-95 and 600 yards from the South Gate of Quantico Marine Corps Base.


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