This project expanded an existing VDOT owned Park and Ride facility by adding 322 parking spaces and three bus bays along with the construction of a 1,345sf transit facility. Site improvement on the 8 plus acres included clearing and grading, dynamic compaction along with lime stabilization. The facilities LEED design standards required various stormwater management improvements, including previous parking space and bio-retention ponds.

The transit building provides enclosed space for the sales of transit passes and leasing of secured on site bike storage. It is a simple steel structure, with curtain wall facades. The majority of the buildings power is provided by roof mounted solar panels, requiring power from the grid only when cooling is required.


The facility received an “Award of Merit” from the Northern Virginia Chapter of NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Association.

Branch was recognized with an “Award of Excellence” by Fairfax County’s Department of Public Works and Environmental Services for our outstanding performance on the project.

Location: Centreville, Virginia

Owner: Fairfax County DPWES

Architect: Ritter-Norton Architects

Size: 1,300sf | 323 Parking Spaces