Washington Marriott Marquis Hotel
Old Dominion Insulation provided mechanical and plumbing insulation services on the 1,250,000-square-foot full-service, four-star, and LEED Silver certified convention center hotel. The convention center is only the fourth Marriott Marquis property to be built in the U.S.
The 1,175-room, 46-suite hotel contains 501 king guestrooms, 625 double guestrooms and a concierge’s lounge. It has more than 100,000 square feet of meeting and assembly space, a grand lobby and five separate retail and restaurant outlets on the ground floor.
Meeting space includes a 30,000-square-foot grand ballroom, two 10,800-square-foot junior ballrooms, more than 53,000 square feet of meeting rooms, an 18,800-square-foot indoor event terrace and a 5,200-square-foot rooftop terrace.
The facility is LEED Silver certified and is one of the largest hotels in the U.S. to earn Silver certification. Green features promote energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction and improved indoor environmental quality.
Completed in 2014, Old Dominion Insulation contracted with J.J. Kirlin to perform the work. Hensel Phelps was the general contractor.
Salamander Resort and Spa
Old Dominion Insulation provided mechanical and plumbing insulation services for the 230,000 square foot, five-star, five-diamond resort and equestrian center consisting of 168 guestrooms and public areas. Amenities include a 24,000-square-foot spa, specialty restaurants, a wine bar, conference facilities and a ballroom. The hotel is built on a 340-acre site that includes horse riding trails through Virginia’s pristine countryside. The resort includes audio/ visual and telecommunications and data services as well as wireless communications throughout.
The structure is post-tensioned concrete and steel frame. The hotel facade is constructed to blend in with historical architecture, customary of Virginia’s horse country, which consists of stucco and ruble stone veneer. This project is LEED Certified.
Completed in 2013, the project finished on time with zero injuries. Old Dominion Insulation contracted with Miller and Anderson to perform the work. Turner was the general contractor.