News Archive: October 2012
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.
An executive in George Mason University’s Office of Research & Economic Development will lead the effort to develop the Quantico Corporate Center in North Stafford into a large research and technology park focusing on the defense and intelligence communities.
About 450,000 square feet of office space has been developed in the past few years at the Quantico Corporate Center in North Stafford, and every bit of it is now spoken for.
More steps are being taken for the planned technology and research park in North Stafford. But there’s still much to be do before it’s all complete.
On Aug. 3, three months after DLR started the third building of that size at the Quantico Corporate Center, a 200-foot-tall construction crane operated by a subcontractor toppled over and came to rest atop an unfinished four-story wall.
Stafford County, in an ongoing effort to boost economic development, is planning a research park with many of our community neighbors including Quantico Marine Corps Base, the University of Mary Washington, George Mason University, Germanna Community College (along with other university partners), and private-sector stakeholders.
An international company that provides flexible office space and meeting areas for other firms to use has leased about 13,500 square feet at the fast-growing Quantico Corporate Center off U.S. 1 in North Stafford.