Integrity Applications Sets Up Training Center at Expanded Chantilly HQ

IAI logoIntegrity Applications has established a new training facility and additional space for employees and staff that works with government customers on-site at its Chantilly, Va., headquarters.

IAI added 9,454 square feet of space and increases the headquarters to more than 89,000 square feet, the company said.

The William E. Peck training center is named after a fictional character from Peter B. Kynes’ book “The Go-Getter,” a story persistence and determination to succeed.

Kishimoto.Gordon.Dalaya PC helped design the expanded fourth floor and Jones Lang LaSalle was responsible for construction.

The company provides engineering and software services to government organizations and has offices in California, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Colorado and Massachusetts.

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