BAE’s US Arm Plans HQ Relocation to Falls Church, Virginia

BAE's US Arm Plans HQ Relocation to Falls Church, Virginia - top government contractors - best government contracting eventBAE Systems' U.S. subsidiary plans to move to a new headquarters in Falls Church, Va., from its current main office on Wilson Blvd. in Arlington beginning in mid-2020.

The company said Monday it signed a lease agreement to occupy office space at 2941 Fairview Park Dr. after conducting a comprehensive study on area facilities, workforce needs and regional options.

BAE Systems Inc.‘s future HQ would consolidate existing facilities as part of efforts to simplify operations and offer collaborative opportunities for workers.

Approximately 350 company employees are scheduled to relocate there in summer 2020.

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