A joint venture between Washington, D.C.-based real estate company Goodstone LLC and New York City-based investment company Waterfall Asset Management secured $49.625 million in debt financing from Bridge Investment Group LLC to acquire and renovate two office buildings in Herndon adjacent to Amazon Web Services’ East Coast headquarters. The Northridge I and II buildings, two
Reston company has acquired the Arlington-based defense analytics provider.
Reston-based program management and consulting provider Whitney, Bradley & Brown Inc. (WBB) has acquired Arlington-based defense analytics provider Decisive Analytics Corp. (DAC), according to WBB’s parent company, H.I.G. Capital (H.I.G). Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but H.I.G is a global private equity investment firm with more than $35 billion of equity capital
The 21,594-square-foot property is located directly off U.S. Route 1.
Atlantic Union Bank sold one of its Fredericksburg office buildings for $3.575 million but will continue occupying the first floor, leasing it from the new owner, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced this week. The 21,594-square-foot property located at 4805 Lassen Lane in Spotsylvania County is situated on approximately 2.24 acres located directly off U.S.
Acacia Waller previously worked for Fishbowl Inc., Kalibri Labs
Reston-based marketing software company Triblio named Acacia Waller as its vice president of customer success, the company announced Thursday. Triblio is the developer of an account-based marketing platform designed to orchestrate marketing and sales campaigns, provide audience management (account leads), track sales activity, provide account analytics and other market insight. Waller has been in marketing,
CEO Dan Knise takes on chair position, Matt Gough is president and Brett Gough is COO
Ames & Gough Insurance Risk Management Inc. CEO Dan Knise will also serve as the chair of the Tysons-based insurance broker, which announced Tuesday that it was also promoting two senior executives to leadership positions. As chair and CEO, Knise will focus on the firm’s strategy and initiatives and will mentor new employees. He became
George Batsakis will also serve as chief strategy officer.
Reston-based IT service provider 1901 Group LLC has named George Batsakis as its executive vice president and chief strategy officer, the company announced Tuesday. Batsakis will lead the company’s overall strategy planning and development, executive management, operations, new business development, emerging technology and partnerships. An Army veteran, Batsakis most recently worked for Accenture Federal Services,
ICF had $1.48B in revenue in 2019.
Fairfax-based consulting and technology services provider ICF International Inc. plans to acquire Arlington-based cloud services provider Incentive Technology Group LLC (ITG) for $255 million, ICF announced Tuesday. The closing of the transaction is subject to approval and is expected to occur in the first quarter. “IT modernization and cloud together is estimated to be approximately
The company's clients have included T-Mobile and PVH Corp.
Content management systems developer CoreMedia AG has promoted Jim Stirewalt to chief revenue officer, the company announced Monday. Stirewalt most recently was CoreMedia’s senior vice president and general manager of the Americas. He has also held leadership roles at software companies including SAP and IBM. Stirewalt will manage CoreMedia’s global revenue-generating functions such as sales,
TeleWorld Solutions' leadership will stay in place after acquisition.
Samsung Electronics has acquired Chantilly-based network services provider TeleWorld Solutions (TWS), Samsung announced Monday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. TWS, a privately-owned company, will operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics America Inc. Samsung will continue to offer TWS services such as network design, installation, testing and optimization. TWS leadership will
Reston-based Science Applications International Corp. will migrate Air Force and Army applications to the cloud
Reston-based information technology company Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) received a $727 million contract from the U.S. Air Force that will move mission applications for the Air Force and Army to the cloud, SAIC announced Friday. SAIC was founded in 2013 and provides systems engineering, cloud migration, analytics, simulation, training and other IT services to