Google has started fixing up office space at Reston Station a month after the tech giant announced plans to double its workforce in Northern Virginia.
The tech giant is seeking interior alterations with office space furnishings. One of the two permits mentions “peer review,” which is a way to give plans priority status during the building, mechanical, electrical and plumbing plan review process, according to Fairfax County.
Google has not announced exact locations since it revealed last month the expansion plans as part of a $13 billion round of investment in new offices and data centers across the U.S.
News outlets previously reported that Google had purchased sites in Ashburn and Leesburg for two new data centers.
Google currently has an office at Reston Town Center.
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