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Reid Herlihy

Director OPCF

Catholic Diocese of Arlington

HQ Phone:  (703) 841-2500

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Catholic Diocese of Arlington

200 N. Glebe Road Suite 506

Arlington, Virginia,22203

United States

Company Description

The Diocese of Arlington has signed an agreement to purchase a former Franciscan monastery in White Post, Va., to serve as the diocese's new Spirituality Center, a facility for retreats and conferences. At a cost of $4.35 million, the center sits on approximat...more

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Arlington Diocese: Office of Construction Management

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Mr. J. Reid Herlihy DirectorTel: 703-841-3861Fax: 703-276-9486


Sully - References

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J. Reid Herlihy
703-841-3861


Building and Construction Northeast - Catholic Diocese of Arlington, VA

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Reid Herlihy has substantial experience working in the construction industry for major institutions in the Washington, D.C., area.
When the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, Va., needed a director for its construction program in 2006, Herlihy was tapped to take the role after running the building program for nearby George Mason University for 20 years. Herlihy, now the director of the diocese's office of planning, design and construction, has overseen numerous projects during his tenure, including the three highlighted by Building & Construction Northeast. Herlihy says that it is the first non-residential building seen upon arrival from that direction. The parish is employing the adaptive reuse of numerous materials and artifacts from several vacated Catholic churches along the East Coast. For instance, the altar, several shrines and the reredos are coming from a deconsecrated church is New Jersey. "A lot of older churches in the Northeast are no longer being used for worship," Herlihy says. "Everything worked out quite well, especially considering the extreme topography that required a lot of dirt to move in the construction of the playing fields," Herlihy says. Although Herlihy has developed numerous residential projects in the past, this was his first at designing a retirement community. He says they had to be sensitive to the needs of healthy senior citizens, which influenced the selection of furniture, fixtures and finishes.


Building and Construction Northeast - Profiles

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Reid Herlihy has substantial experience working in the construction industry for major institutions in the Washington, D.C., area.
When the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, Va., needed a director for its construction program in 2006, Herlihy was tapped to take the role after running the building program for nearby George Mason University for 20 years. Herlihy, now the director of the diocese's office of planning, design and construction, has overseen numerous projects during his tenure, including the three highlighted by Building & Construction Northeast.


Diocese of Arlington: News and Issues

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J. Reid Herlihy, director of the dioceses Office of Planning, Construction and Facilities, which will oversee construction of the high school, said, Having addressed the issues which resulted in a delay, the diocese is moving closer to a ground-breaking date.
The Prince William County Board of Supervisors and Planning and Zoning Commission have gone the extra mile in assisting the diocese, and were excited to move forward. Issues at the Cherry Hill site, including soil conditions and rising construction costs, delayed the original 2006 opening date, according to Herlihy. Funds for construction of the high school will come from bonds, new fundraising efforts, and payment of pledges to the dioceses ongoing Rooted in Faith-Forward in Hope capital campaign, which was initiated in 2002. In order to meet the deadline of 2008, Herlihy said the diocese recently submitted its high school design and parameters to several construction management firms with experience in fast-tracking large projects.


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