The Brault Building, which houses the administrative offices of the Northern Virginia Community College, is going to be renovated. The work won’t start until the fall, but the NOVA president and everyone else who works there have already been relocated to temporary leased quarters in Fairfax.
The building, on the corner of Little River Turnpike and Wakefield Chapel Road, will be totally modernized on the inside, says Tony Bansal, NOVA’s vice president and chief administrative officer.
The interior space will be reconfigured to provide more space for meetings and conferences, and the HVAC system will be replaced to improve energy efficiency and air quality. The exterior walls will remain, and the building will not be expanded. The construction is expected to take 18 to 24 months.