Insight is honored to contribute to the successful completion of the construction of a new concourse at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). Part of the airport’s ongoing Terminal B/C Redevelopment Plan—also known as Project Journey—the $374 million project aims to streamline and enhance the comfort and convenience of the nearly 24 million passengers who travel through the airport each year.
The Dulles Development Program (Ds) resulted in the construction of landside and airside facilities with the capacity to accommodate growth in passenger traffic and airport operations for years to come. The D2 Development Program was designed to improve the traveling experience and accommodate increased use of the airport.
The Capital One headquarters is located in the northeast quadrant of the I-495 and Route 123 interchange, adjacent to the McLean Metro station. Capital One’s new headquarters tower is 470-foot tall, with approximately 940,500 square feet of office space and 25,000 square feet of retail space.
495 / 95 Express Lanes
Insight provided utility locating solutions in support of the 495/95 Express Lanes project building new high occupany toll lanes (HOT) expanding capacity and delivering new travel choices, including a network for buses and carpools.
Insight proudly contributed to the success of this project by providig video pipe inspection services, recording continuous footage and verifying direction of flow and direction of viewing. Video pipe inspection was performed on 18”, 4x6” and 21” pipes covering a total of 714 linear feet.
CityCenter in Washington DC has become a mixed use development consisting of two condominimum buildings, two rental apartment buildings, two office buildings, a planned luxury hotel and a public park.
Insight provided utility locating solutions, proudly contributing to the successful completion of Nationals Park, the baseball stadium along the Anacostia River in the Navy Yard neighborhood of Washington, D.C.. Nationals Park is the home ballpark for the Washington Nationals.
D.C. UNITED STADIUM
Insight is honored to contribute to the successful completion of the D.C. United’s new 20,0000-capacity stadium. The venue, located in Southwest Washington is two diagonal blocks from Nationals Park.
Insight is honored to contribute to the success of this exciting project by performing utility designating services and over 20 vacuum excavated test holes with depths over 6’ exposing the buried utilities identifying precise horizontal and vertical locaiton as well as utility material in support of this project.
The Purple Line will be a 16 miles east-west rail line that connects to Prince George’s County and Bethesda in Montgomery County. The rail provides direct connection to four Washington Metrorail lines, 3 MARC commuter rail lines, Amtrak northeast corridor, and regional and local bus services.
The Inova Center for Personalized Health will house clinics, research labs, a cancer institute, and other vital functions.
INOVA WOMEN'S HOSPTIAL & CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
Insight is honored to have performed utility designating and vacuum excavated test holes exposing buried utilities and identifying their precise horizontal and vertical location as well as material in support of this $400M renovation and expansion project housing Inova Women’s & Children’s Hospital.
The Inova Women's Hospital & Children's Hospital project included the construction of a new central utility plant and a central energy plant with two 1,800-ton chillers, cooling towers, and 13 custom air handling units to provide 3,300 tons of added cooling load. The hospital is equipped with three two-megawatt emergency generators with paralleling gear to provide continuous electricity in the event of an emergency.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital renovation project includes overhauling two existing hospitals, the construction of a new hospital and a parking garage. The new 1.6 million-square-foot complex was one of the largest hospital construction projects in the nation.
The Wharf in Washington DC comes to life with its variety of restaurants, retailers, residences, and businesses bringing year-round entertainment and an exciting mixed use development in the nation’s capital.
The 400,000 square foot building is situated on a five-acre site next to the Washington Monument. Sixty percent of the building structure is located below ground, making this one of the largest and most complex contruction projects in the country.
Museum of the Bible
Insight is honored to have performed utility designating and vacuum excavated test holes exposing buried utilities identifying precise horizontal and vertical location as well as utility material in support of this $500M Project - third largest in the DC Metro Area.
Making its grand opening in 2017, The Museum of the Bible’s 430,000 square foot building aims to be the most technologically engaging museum in the world.
ANACOSTIA RIVERWALK TRAIL
A continuous 20-mile trail on both sides of the Anacostia River, the Riverwalk Trail System is a new recreational amenity and transportation alternative. The 10-12 foot wide trail is designed for a wide range of users-from cyclists to runner and skaters to walkers-and also provides seating, system maps, bike racks, and interactive maps.
WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL
Insight proudly contributed to the successful completion of The National World War II Memorial, built at the Rainbow Pool site on the central axis of the National Mall. The Rainbow Pool is located at the eastern end of the Reflecting Pool between the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument.
NORTHEAST BOUNDARY TUNNEL
Insight is honored to have contributed to the successful completion of the Northeast Boundary Tunnel (NEBT). DC Water has designed the Northeast Boundary Tunnel (NEBT) to connect with the existing sewer system, significantly mitigating sewer flooding while improving the water quality of the Anacostia River. The NEBT is the largest component of the Clean Rivers Project and will start just south of RFK Stadium and extend north to Rhode Island Avenue and west to R Street NW.
Klingle Valley Trail
Insight performed 2,248 linear feet of pre-lining and sewer cleaning, video pipe inspection and sanitary sewer repairs along this 0.7 mile trail.
The new Klingle Valley Trail is a 0.7 mile multi-use path across Rock Creek Park. Features of this project include a restoration of Klingle Creek to resize and realign its channel and stablize its eorded banks. Other elements include cleaup and removal of the old road surface, repair of sanitary sewers, rehabilitation and installation of drainage and stormwater management infrastructure and new rentention walls.
DC Water Tunnels - Clean Waters Project
Insight designated over 30,000' of buried utilities, performed over 275 vacuum excavated test holes, installed several utility monitoring points and performed video pipe inspection of storm and sanitary pipes ranging in size from 8" to 12'.
The Clean Rivers Project is DC Water's ongoing program to reduce combined sewer overflows into the District's waterways - the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers and Rock Creek. The Project is a massive infrastructure and support program designed to capture and clean water during heavy rainfalls before it ever reaches our rivers.
Insight has proudly contributed to the safe and efficient utility locating required on this project as well as the successful installation of several utility monitoring points critical to the operation of this massive infrastructure support program.
Insight performed utility designating, utility locating and video pipe inspection during Phase 1. Insight performed over 300 vacuum excavated test holes identifying the exact horizontal and vertical location of buried utilities within the 23 mile job site. Metro's Silver Line provides rail travel to five new stations in Northern Virginia's Dulles Corridor. The Silver Line will connect with Dulles Airport when Phase 2 is completed.
Insight is performing utility designating, utility locating, video pipe inspection and vacuum excavated test holes in support of Phase 2 of Metro's Silver Line providing high-quality, high-capacity transit service along the Dulles Corridor.
Insight performed storm sewer cleaning, video pipe inspection, utility locating and vacuum excavated over 40 test holes identifying the exact horizontal and vertical location of buried utilities within the 7.7 acre site of the largest private development in Washington DC currently.
Capitol Crossing is going to create three new city blocks above I-395 into a 2.2 million-square-foot complex of five mixed-use buildings providing almost 70,000 square feet of new retail space and over 1,100 parking spaces. Post construction video pipe inspection and storm sewer cleaning to be performed upon completion estimated around 2020.
County of Fairfax
Insight is performing video pipe inspection, cleaning and root removal throughout Fairfax County in support of a $50 million storm sewer rehabilitation project. Insight has multiple crews inspecting approximately 50,000’ monthly.
United States Coast Guard Headquarters
Insight performed utility designating, locating and vacuum excavated multiple test holes identifying and determining the exact horizontal and vertical location of buried utilities. Insight performed video pipe inspection of over 4,000' of sanitary line within the 176 acre site.
One of the challenges met on this project included performing multiple vacuum excavated test holes up to 20' deep identifying utilities that were non locatable. Most vacuum excavated test holes performed are usually around 6' deep. Our team proudly contributed to the successful completion of this project and met the unique utility locating requirements safely and efficiently.
Insight performed utility designating and locating within the 56 acre mixed use neighborhood site adjacent to the Vienna Metro station. Insight performed approximately 45 vacuum excavated test holes identifying the exact horizontal and vertical location of the buried utilities on site.
One of the challenges met on this project included work performed at the Vienna Metro station during both peak transit hours as well as off peak transit hours, limiting inconvenience and travel interruption to commuters. Our team proudly contributed to the successful completion of this project and met the unique utility locating requirements safely and efficiently and with limited interruption to daily Metro service.
Route 29 Solutions
Insight performed pre-construction video inspection of approximately 20,000’ of existing storm sewer pipe and has performed 135 vacuum excavated test holes identifying the exact horizontal and vertical location of buried utilities in the site.
Insight will perform post construction video inspection of the approximate 20,000’ of storm sewer pipe within the site of the Route 29 Solutions representing a $230 million investment in the improvement of Albemarle County's infrastructure, addressing congestion in the Route 29 corridor. Solutions include new road construction, existing roadway improvements, streamlined signalization and funding for increased rail service.
Owings Mills Town Center
Insight performed utility designating of all private and public utilities within the 122 acre site located on the land between the Owings Mills Metro station and the Owings Mills Mall.
Insight has proudly contributed to the pre-construction progress of this transit-oriented development that is creating an exciting new complex that will offer a downtown meeting place, housing, shops, office space, library and a community college.