Dry Utility Design Services for Cabin John Village

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The Cabin John Village shopping center in Montgomery County, MD, is getting a face-lift. EDENS previously purchased the shopping center, which is over 50 years old, with plans to modernize it.

We are pleased to be providing dry utility design and coordination services for this exciting retail project that is well underway.

Are you a developer, architect, or civil engineer in need of dry utility and design services? If so, email proposals@dfmdevelopment.com or call 703-942-8700.

About DFM Development Services, LLC

DFM Development Services LLC provides development support services to real estate developers, contractors, home builders, property managers, and owners in the Washington, D.C. metro region. With strong connections to jurisdictional authorities throughout DC, Northern Virginia, and Maryland, our experienced team can help you cut through the red tape of real estate development. Our core services include Bond Management, Permit Expediting, Environmental Compliance, Dry Utility Coordination, and Traffic Control Services.

Questions? Email us today at proposals@dfmdevelopment.com or call 703-942-8700 to discuss your next project.

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About DFM Development

DFM Development Services, LLC., provides development support services to real estate developers, contractors, home builders, property managers, and owners in the Washington DC metro region. With strong connections to jurisdictional authorities throughout DC, Virginia, and Maryland, our experienced team can help you cut through the red of real estate development.

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Address: 400 N Washington St, 3rd Floor, Falls Church, VA 22046

Phone: (703) 942-8700

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