With a professional history that includes of a range of project types and work at boutique, midsize and international architectural firms, redteam strategies founder, Susan Stine, has developed a creative, informed problem- solving approach that unites proven design expertise with understanding of the construction process.

Ms Stine’s project experience is illustrated by the numerous projects for repeat clients, expanded contracts and national accounts. These include:

  • Designed the interior of a new 110,000 S.F. corporate headquarters. Hitt Contracting, Inc. The new building was constructed by them and many of the original concepts migrated from their previous headquarters, a project also designed by Ms. Stine 17 years earlier.
  • Designed multiple broadcast facilities for Fox Television Stations, Inc, including WOFL – Orlando, WTXF – Philadelphia, WNYW – New York City.
  • Involved in the planning of a 300,000 government headquarters. This project was a referral resulting from a 20 year relationship with a client that spans designs for her three different companies.
  • Design of seven facilities for a Mid-Atlantic brokerage firm.
  • Lead the effort to build consensus among a 500 + member owners, resulting in the majority approval on the design for interior renovations for the public spaces of the Westchester, a historic building I Northwest DC.

Ms Stine is a registered Interior Designer in the District of Columbia and a professional member of IIDA (International Interior Design Association). She has a degree in Interior Environmental Design from Ball State University and has been NCIDQ certified since 1981.

She has been the recipient of awards from IBD (International Business Designers), IIDA and Northern Virginia Chapter of NAIOP.

Currently serving on the Board of Director’s for The Westchester, Ms Stine also volunteers with the DC Humane Society.

Additionally, she is a professional artist of oil paintings and affiliated with Dragonfly Studio in Washington, DC.

Below is a partial project list by project type:

1. Media/Broadcast
Reuters America: renovation, Washington, DC
AARP Broadcast Operations, renovation: Washington, DC
DirecTV LABC Studio Project, Los Angeles, CA
Korean Broadcasting: Washington D.C. Bureau
MidEast Broadcast/Al Arayiba: Washington D.C. Bureau
Comcast SportsNet: MidAtlantic Headquarters: Bethesda, MD
DirecTV: Los Angeles Studio Study
Retirement Living Television: Columbia, MD
The Daily Buzz: Orlando, FL
WNYW, Fox Television Station, Inc Master Plan, New York, NY
WOFL, Fox Television Station, Inc: Station renovation, Orlando, FL
WTXF, Fox Television Station, Inc.: Station renovation, Philadelphia, PA
America’s Most Wanted, new facility: Bethesda MD
CNN, Control Room A, Control Room B, Security Desk, Washington Bureau, Washington, DC
Freddie Mac, Video Production Center, new facility: McLean, VA
Ventana Productions, new facility: Washington, DC

2. Corporate
Hitt Contracting, Inc. new building, Falls Church, Virginia
Gruntal Financial Services: Seven Projects in Mid Atlantic and East Coast.
Buccini Pollin Group, new facility: Washington, DC
BP America, Government Affairs: new facility, Washington, DC
GT Law, new facility: McLean, VA
Barker Foundation, new facility: Bethesda, MD
Stargazer, new facility: McLean, VA
Konica Minolta, new facility: Mclean, VA
Denemeyer, new facility: Washington, DC
Ruesch International, new facility: Washington, DC
Swanke Hayden Connell, new facility: Washington, DC

3. Institutional
Georgetown Situation Room, Georgetown University, new facility, Washington, DC
AARP Foundation multipurpose room with AV: renovation, Washington, DC
Government Agency, new building, Arlington, VA

4. Retail
Samplings, new restaurant: Washington, DC
Noggins, renovation Hair Salon, Rockville, MD
Racelli’s, new retail, Washington, DC

Recent Projects:

HITT Contracting
110,000 S.F.

The Westchester
100,000 S.F.

On the Boards:
Francis C. Hammond Middle School
100,000 S.F.