In 2020, the University began a $250 million transformation of its Arlington campus, with the development of the Arlington Innovation Headquarters, a 360,000 square foot mixed use building that will house IDIA research and innovation programs, as well as the graduate programs of the University’s School of Computing, Scalia Law School, Schar School of Policy and Government, Carter School of Peace and Conflict Resolution, and the School of Business.
Developed in partnership with Mason Innovation Partners, led by Edgemoor Infrastructure and Real Estate, Fuse at Mason Square will be a LEED Platinum, smart, net-zero-ready building with Fitwell 2-star and RELi resiliency. It will
feature a green roof for energy-efficient heating and cooling, an agile floor design to enable responsive team or project growth, and specialized labs for robotics, virtual reality, simulation, security and data visualization.
SBP is providing fundamental, enhanced, enclosure, and monitored-based commissioning.