Loudoun Motor Sports was completed in 2004 for Owners, Greg and Elizabeth Voell. The building was an old Southern States Store for many years before being purchased by the Voells as the new home for Loudoun Motor Sports on Catoctin Circle in Leesburg, Virginia. The building had virtually no insulation, a failed roof, and systems that required removal and replacement. The program was to update the building infrastructure while giving it a face lift and retail street appeal all in a hyper-track time window. The documentation, design, engineering, and construction documents to permit drawings were completed in 60 days. Construction of the building was completed to occupancy in 90 days. MSA worked with the Construction Manager and a team of engineers and sub-contractors in on-site meetings 3 times a week for the duration of construction solving problems and facilitating the project delivery. The original industrial fit and finish was saved and restored in place while a new roof with augmented R-value and EIFS outer building envelope brought the shell up to energy code compliance. New systems were installed throughout. The loading dock was converted into a night-lit enclosed showroom display and the company insignia was incorporated in relief in the front facade for street appeal. The budget for construction of this 15,000 sf facility was $750,000. It was completed on time and on budget.