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Loudoun Economic Development Blog

Information on Loudoun's businesses, both big and small, as well as focused information on the DED's key business sectors and events.

Aug 18

CyrusOne Finds Getting a Building Up in Record Time Is #LoudounPossible

Posted on August 18, 2016 at 10:27 AM by Brian Tinsman

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Buddy Rizer 
Executive Director

Once upon a time, being good was good enough and being fast was fast enough. 
 
But, in today's business world, you often need to be both great and hyper-fast to succeed. 
 
Last week, I was honored to attend a dinner celebrating the construction team responsible for building "Project Goliath" on the CyrusOne campus in Sterling. In order to meet the end-user's timeline, CyrusOne, Hitt Contracting, Bowman Consulting, Loudoun County and many other partners constructed a world-class data center in 6 months, believed to be the fastest data center construction on record. 

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Aug 11

15 Things That Happened When I Visited All of Loudoun’s Wineries

Posted on August 11, 2016 at 12:00 PM by Brian Tinsman

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Amy Mugford
Communications Program Manager

Grape stomping, blind tastings, chocolate pairings, live music and friendly conversations are all experiences I’ve had during my six-year journey visiting the 40 Loudoun wineries on the Visit Loudoun Wine Trail Guide. In addition to excellent wines, a wide variety of experiences can be found at Loudoun wineries. You can:

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Jul 01

WBJ Op-Ed: 'Metro Worth the Pain for Loudoun County'

Posted on July 1, 2016 at 5:02 PM by Brian Tinsman

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If you have a painful commute right now because of the D.C. Metro SafeTrack program, you won’t want to read this:

SafeTrack is a good thing. And Paul Wiedefeld, Metro’s new general manager, deserves our applause.

That’s because Metro, when it works well, means opportunities and possibilities.

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