United Bank Connecticut Ave

Interior fit-out construction of first floor tenant space approximately 5,500 SF for the new bank branch. The branch will include both Retail and Private banking spaces consisting of customer lobby, semi-private and private offices, secured workroom, breakroom, IT room, and two restrooms. The project will also include two new thru-wall ATMs, one new thru-wall night drop and respective secured rooms. Exterior façade improvements will include modifications to accommodate ATMs and night drop installation as well as new signage & lighting features which will be supplied by the construction manager. Millwork/casework, interior signage and graphics, light fixtures, furniture, demountable office partitions, business systems and telecommunications will all be part of the project.

United Bank offers personal banking, business banking, and wealth management services to meet your financial needs in WV, VA, MD, OH, PA, and DC.

Cardinal Bank

The retail bank branch project featured a reception area, conference room, teller stations, open office areas, staff offices, a lounge, pantry, restrooms, and a vault.

Cardinal Bank is a financial services holding company committed to providing businesses and consumers with individual attention and professional financial solutions.

United Bank Georgetown

Walking through iconic Georgetown, DC you cannot miss United Bank on M
Street. Bognet Construction along with New Hampshire-based Adrenaline
Agency and Penney Design Group curated a retail space that functions as a
bank but also a place that customers experience a hands-on approach with
enhanced accessibility and convenience. The two-story branch features a
restored glass storefront, vestibule with ATM, roll-up garage door, specialty lighting, reception area, staff offices, open office areas, bar style pantry and counters, restrooms, vault and lounge/meeting area.

United Bank offers personal banking, business banking, and wealth
management services to meet your financial needs in WV, VA, MD, OH, PA,
and DC.

VIDA Fitness

VIDA Fitness clubs feature all the latest technology and equipment, smart
design, luxurious locker rooms, and modern conveniences to make the workout experience nothing short of amazing. The Ballston location comes
complete with 3 floors of endless amenities. Upon entry to the main floor you are greeted with a show-stopping interconnecting staircase, the Aura spa, Fuel Bar, member lounge and VIDA Gear Shop. Head downstairs and you will enter the world of studios. From a dance studio, to a Pilates studio and a state-of-the art spin studio, all the way to the Sweat BOX, these group training studios will stand out from the crowd. The upstairs features an extraordinary weight floor, cardio equipment, locker rooms revealing modern and magnificent amenities including full towel service, Bang hair products, and last but not least the sauna and steam rooms. The Ballston location is conveniently located next to Ballston Quarter and the Ballston Metro stop.

VIDA Fitness provides industry leading facilities and programming, hiring and retaining the best fitness professionals to support guests in achieving their goals, and creates a community where people of shared values can make meaningful personal connections. 

ASTRO Doughnuts & Fried Chicken

The scope of the project included the dining area, packaging area,
kitchen prep, ADA bathroom, kitchen, and walk in cooler. Unique fi nishes
included wood panels and beams, pendant lighting, exposed concrete,
and millwork. ASTRO Doughnuts and Fried Chicken is located in the
Idylwood Plaza shopping center.

All SET Restaurant & Bar

The All Set Restaurant  vision is one that showcases and “eco-chic” style that will embrace the neighborhood vibe, allowing guests to feel at ease and
relaxed. The design features various seating styles including open
tables, booth seating, and an expansive bar area with bar height
tables. Within this design-build restaurant, the goal is to offer a private dining area to accommodate intimate group dinners and social functions.

Renderings courtesy of Streetsense Architects