Below are a few of our featured residential 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.
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.
Added rear stone porch and overhead cover with a deck on top along with a kitchen renovation
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.