Noblis Moves to New Reston, VA Headquarters

Noblis Moves to New Reston, VA Headquarters - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Scientific research and engineering services contractor Noblis has relocated its corporate headquarters from Falls Church, Virginia, to a new 160,000-square-foot office building in Reston.

The company said Monday its new HQ on Edmund Haley Drive will accommodate 450 staff and features multiple conference rooms and specialty spaces to support privacy and collaborations.

“We are proud to provide a new workspace for our employees, partners, and clients that reflects our commitment to fostering collaboration, innovation and sustainability,“ said Noblis President and CEO Amr ElSawy.

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