Below are a few of our featured projects. Click on a gallery to see more detailed photographs.
Converted an enclosed pool house to a meeting room
This project involved the construction of an addition to the rear of the house, a new master bathroom and miscellaneous revisions to the main house.
WBI completed all of the interior finishes to this upscale restaurant designed by SIRU Architects on 18th Street NW in Washington DC
This project was the total renovation and an addition to a Capitol Hill row house and a carriage house.
This project involved the total gutting of one half of a duplex and conversion to a custom residential home in the Kalorama section of Washington DC with a separate two car garage.
This project, designed by Randall Mars Architects, and in association with Lewis Aquatech for the pool and exterior hardscape, the work involved the construction of a new two bedroom, four bathroom, one kitchen, pool house with a custom pool and a new three car garage in McLean, VA.
Removed elevator shaft and relocated powder room to an existing storage closet. Opened living room and dining room to allow better flow for entertaining. Structural colonnade reflects historic flavor of Capitol Hill.
This very contemporary addition/renovation to a typical north Arlington brick home by Cole/Prevost resulted in a striking new home.
WBI was the construction manager for four years on work at this private school in Washington DC including a phase 1 addition and renovation and a major fire restoration.
This project included a total renovation of four showrooms into one large new showroom for Lane Furniture at the Washington Design Center.
This is a new showroom designed by Studios on Connecticut Avenue, NW in Washington DC for Global Furniture, an office furniture manufacturer.
This is a fabric showroom at the Washington Design Center that has been modified several times since it was originally built in 1996.
Renovation of the Duralee Showroom at the Washington Design Center
One of many renovations to the J. Lambeth Showroom at the Washington Design Center over the last decade. The showroom displays many lines of fabrics and furniture.
Added rear stone porch and overhead cover with a deck on top along with a kitchen renovation
WBI completed a complete renovation and expansion of the large Brunschwig & Fils showroom at the Washington Design Center while keeping them open for operation.
WBI completed a renovation of the main residence in Washington DC prior to initial occupancy with design by Chatsworth Design and subsequently converted the abandoned greenhouse behind the garage into an indoor lap pool.
This was a major renovation and addition to a house in north Arlington designed by Luther Weber Architect
This residence in Potomac, MD suffered a major fire in 1998 and needed to be completely restored. The owners used the opportunity to improve design deficiencies identified since the initial construction in 1986.
Multiple projects in this large Washington DC law office to upgrade public areas and private offices
This is a new upscale bar/nightclub located at Franklin Square at 1301 K Street, NW in Washington DC that was designed by Grupo 7
This is an upscale large showroom built on the 7th floor of the Washington Design Center for Holly Hunt furniture and fabrics. Originally constructed in 1998, an addition was completed in 2009 on the 6th floor with a custom stair case connecting the two. The first four pictures are of the original space and the […]
This is the new Kravet showroom that opened in the Washington Design Center in April 2008.
Included are pictures of the before and after of the main two story lobby of the Design Center with a bridge traversing it and new glass handrails. The original lobby, built in 1982 under the supervision of Richard Witters, had a checkerboard marble floor and a post modern design concept throughout. The new lobby designed […]