News Archive: July 2013
County buys 13 acres in Boswell’s Corner from Silver Cos. for $3.4M Stafford County’s purchase of 13 acres from the Silver Cos. could lead the way for a campus for its technology and research park, with buildings first opening in five years under optimistic plans. No decisions have been made
Stafford County announced Tuesday night that it is purchasing $3.4 million worth of land in the Boswell’s Corner area for its technology and research park.
TrustComm Inc has incorporated significant enhancements to its Satellite Emergency Operations Network (SEON) solution for emergency responders. The enhancements include new, flexible purchase options (now available on GSA Schedule 70) and expanded network configurations.
UMUC now brings its Master of Business Administration to Virginia. Download Brochure
Three companies that are teaming up on a 40,000-square-foot office building near the Staples store at Doc Stone Commons in North Stafford have a similar project in the works at the Quantico Corporate Center.
Construction of an 8,000-square-foot multi-tenant retail building is expected to start in about a month at the main entrance into the Quantico Corporate Center in North Stafford.
An international company that provides flexible office space and meeting areas for other firms will hold its grand opening from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. tomorrow, Oct. 25, in the Quantico Corporate Center off U.S. 1 in North Stafford.
Stafford County officials on Thursday unveiled what they hope will become a major research and technology center minutes from Marine Corps Base Quantico.
The University of Mary Washington will hold a variety of professional development courses starting next month at the Dahlgren and Stafford campuses as well as at the Quantico Corporate Center in North Stafford.