Marshall-Waters-Woody teamed with the general contractor Walbridge to win the award of this Design-Build project. This was a high interest, high visibility project for both Ft. Belvoir and the Exchange, which serves active-duty servicemen and retirees in the DC area. The 264,000 sf project, sited on 31 acres, replaced the existing Post Exchange, which was designed by MWW in 1992, doubling its physical presence on the Post. The construction type was an integral brick precast concrete envelope supported by structural steel. The design concept was that of a town center, providing spaces for users to congregate and enjoy themselves while shopping or dining. The project was designed and constructed allowing for LEED Silver Certification.
The nearly 10,000 sf addition to the existing Springfield Art Museum was a joint venture project with Paul Marti Associates Architects from Clayton, Missouri. The new addition provided a spacious entry hall to welcome visitors. The new gift shop and library are located adjacent to the new entry hall. Five new galleries are down the adjacent Exhibit Hall.
The construction wrapped around two sides of the existing auditorium and was built with minimal disruption to the existing facility while maintaining security of the existing spaces and exhibits; all done while keeping the museum fully operational.
In 2004, the Army and Airforce Exchange Service selected Marshall- Waters-Woody to design the new Shopping Center at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri. The 136,700 sf shopping center included a main sales area, 7 food vendors and 12 subsidiary support spaces, including a 5,300 sf outdoor sales area.