New Jersey-based property management company Tryko Partners LLC has acquired three Cambridge Healthcare Services nursing facilities in Virginia and plans to invest approximately $9 million in renovations and programming at the facilities, Tryko announced Monday. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The facilities include the 307-bed Woodbine Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center in Alexandria,
Essex Homes built more than 853 homes in the Carolinas in 2019.
Reston-based construction company Stanley-Martin Communities LLC will acquire the home-building assets of Lexington, South Carolina-based home-building company Essex Homes in North Carolina and South Carolina in a deal expected to close by the end of the month. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Stanley-Martin — a subsidiary of a Japanese firm, Daiwa House
Firm will provide tech support for National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
McLean-based information technology consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton has been awarded a $147.4 million contract to provide technical support for the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Under the five-year contract, Booz Allen will work with NIAID’s Office of Computer Infrastructure and Computational Biology to develop and maintain clinical
Gregory Washington is dean of University of California, Irvine's School of Engineering
The George Mason University Board of Visitors has selected Gregory Washington, the dean of the University of California, Irvine’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering, as the eighth president of George Mason. Washington will start on July 1. He takes over from former state Secretary of Education Anne Holton, who has served as the university’s interim
Max Richardson, a 15-year veteran, will oversee mid-Atlantic region.
Marsh & McLennan Agency has named Max Richardson executive vice president of business insurance in the mid-Atlantic region, a new position. He will be based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Richardson has been with the national insurance brokerage for 15 years and grew the risk management sector in Charlotte. He specializes in risk management, construction and
Program is partnership with Northern Virginia Community College and state government
In cooperation with Northern Virginia Community College, Tysons-based Alarm.com launched an apprenticeship program Friday aimed at producing workers with in-demand tech skills. Supported by the state’s GO Virginia economic development initiative, 10 initial apprentices, including three from the military community, will participate in Alarm.com’s paid yearlong apprenticeship program. They will receive 10 weeks of technical
Partnership would provide high-speed internet to 7,000 customers.
Dominion Energy Virginia and Prince George Electric Cooperative (PGEC) signed a memorandum of understanding that would bring high-speed internet to about 7,000 households in Surry County, Dominion announced Friday. This is the first time a utility and a cooperative have partnered to expand broadband access in Virginia, according to Dominion’s news release. The agreement would
Tenants could fix heat, water, electrical issues and other problems
CORRECTION: THIS WIRE STORY HAS BEEN UPDATED. The original version incorrectly stated the party affiliation of state Sen. John Bell. RICHMOND, Va. — A bill that gives tenants the power to make repairs on their property and deduct the costs from their rent, with conditions, recently passed the Virginia Senate and is expected to advance
Announcement comes after House passes legislation to save Dominion customers $10/month.
Dominion Energy Inc. announced Friday a proposed $6/month decrease in customers’ residential electric bills starting in May, pending approval from the State Corporation Commission. The announcement comes after the House of Delegates overwhelmingly passed the bipartisan Fair Energy Bills Act earlier this month, which would save customers about $10 a month on their power bills
Virginia has more than 200 craft breweries.
Richmond will play host to next year’s Beer Marketing & Tourism Conference, Richmond Region Tourism announced Friday. The annual conference draws attendees from breweries, guilds, tour operators, marketing agencies and media from around the country. The 2021 conference will take place Feb. 23-25, 2021, at the Omni Richmond Hotel downtown. Richmond’s craft beer profile has