Alion Moving Virginia HQ to Boro Tower

Alion Science and Technology will relocate its corporate headquarters to a Tysons, Va., office tower that is scheduled to open next month, WTOP reported Tuesday.

The company, which is currently headquartered at 1750 Tysons Blvd., signed a lease to occupy 14K square feet of space at the 20-story Boro Tower.

Alion has not disclosed the number of employees that will move to the new facility.

Boro Tower is jointly developed by The Meridian Group and Rockefeller Group as part of a multiphase project. The building is 70 percent leased and will also house professional services company KPMG.

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