Confidential Client

Bognet was brought on early in the design process for this confidential client’s three-floor buildout in Arlington’s growing tech hub.  Being involved in this crucial window allowed our team to partake in goal creation and to set the pace for the remainder of the project.  In turn, the field team ensured the project followed proper sequencing to execute on the architect’s design intent –  sharp clean lines married with subtle rounded corners – while hitting key milestones and delivering the project ahead of schedule.  During the height of the pandemic, Bognet implemented strict safety protocols and used Procore, Microsoft Teams and virtual inspections to make a rapid transition to full-time online work.  

This high-tech space was completed in two phases, and has a NSOC with
dHive & Designtex Cloaking film to deliver privacy while maintaining an open feel. The upstairs pantry mimics the design of the smaller 15th floor pantry, with custom millwork and other beautiful finishes. The space also includes a secluded recording studio.


Repeat customer, NCMEC , enlisted Bognet to build a new home for hope – a headquarters in Alexandria to unify all 280 NCMEC employees at one location. Some of the highlights from the 65,000 SF space include a SCIF room, an ADOTTA telescoping partition wall system, and an interconnecting stair. The structural steel stair required high coordination with the neighboring recording studio and soaring “HOPE” wall. The wall, made up of acrylic fins featuring donor names, was included as a showcase to reinforce NCMEC’s mission to work until they bring all missing and exploited children home.

As the nation’s clearinghouse and comprehensive reporting center for all issues related to the prevention and recovery from child victimization, NCMEC leads the fight against abduction, abuse, and exploitation — because every child deserves a safe childhood.

Hearst Television

Hearst Televisions’ intriguing space serves as a functional space for this national multimedia organization. This space features executive and staff offices, multiple conference rooms, huddle areas, phone rooms, state-of-the-art newsroom, a green screen filming area, reception, pantries, lockers  or equipment, dressing rooms, and the center of it all – the control room. A dim violet light highlights the area and lets the screens shine bright through the glass wall overlooking the office space. The control room is a showpiece feature that allows staff to keep up with Hearsts’ national news.

Hearst Television is a national multimedia company with operations serving nearly three dozen U.S. cities, reaching one out of every five U.S. households. It delivers local and national news, weather, information, sports and entertainment programming via every available content-delivery platform. Hearst Television is recognized as one of the media industry’s premier companies, where quality journalism and service to community are the core values.