Thursday Morning Notes

Major issues found on Silver Line extension — “Significant concrete issues have been found in potentially thousands of locations along the second phase of the $2.7 billion Silver Line Metro extension in Northern Virginia, project officials say. The issues are raising serious questions about the durability of concrete and quality control in the largest transportation project in the region.” [NBC 4]

A new hire — Comstock has hired Timothy Steffan as executive vice president of development and asset management. [NASDAQ]

Reston federal contractor files for bankruptcy — “STG Group Inc., the publicly held and financially embattled government contractor whose holding company was recently acquired for $83 million by SOS International, has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation.” [Washington Business Journal]

The signature touch — A grand opening celebration for the new residential building in Reston Town Center is set for May 10. [The Signature]

An e-introduction — Check out a few of the farmers at the Fairfax County Farmers Market at Lake Anne Village Center. [The Connection]

Flickr pool photo by vantagehill

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Morning Notes

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