What’s new at ABRAMS LANDAU ?”

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ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. building construction in the "Downtown Historic District" of Herndon, Virginia
ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. building construction in the "Downtown Historic District" of Herndon, Virginia

Workplace injury lawyer Doug Landau has been “up close and personal” with building supplies and workers outside his second story window this week.  Construction crews have been erecting scaffolding around the ABRAMS LANDAU main building and delivery trucks have been dropping off lumber, hardiplank and other materials for the improvements to the Landau Law Shop in Herndon, Virginia.  Clients calling the workers compensation and personal injury practice may have heard pounding in the background and saws going outside.

ABRAMS LANDAU law firm's back porch construction - continuing our tradition of "Friendly, Not Fancy"
ABRAMS LANDAU law firm's back porch construction - continuing our tradition of "Friendly, Not Fancy"

The ABRAMS LANDAU law firm hopes that when this construction is done, the building will stay warmer, resist chipping and moisture damage and keep its looks for a long time to come.  When you purchase a 120+ year old building, there are bound to be materials that need upgrading or replacement.  Architects advised that the use of hardiplank fits in the firm’s “Green” agenda as well as protecting the structure for many years to come.  The construction work will also include fixing the entrance, handicap ramp and porch railings.  While it has been bitterly cold, and we have had snow, the work men have gamely been pressing on, and the work may be finished this month.  It was many months in the planning and getting the Town of Herndon’s approval.  When it is done, we hope that clients will welcome the newer materials that keep the flavor of our old home.  We feel that the construction will continue our goal of a building (and a law firm) that is, “friendly, not fancy.”

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