“The people at Veatch Commercial go above and beyond the call of duty. For example, we recently called about a bill we received from our landlord, and the Veatch staff immediately jumped in to help. Their dedication and attention to detail keeps us as loyal customers”
CFO, Production Solutions
Wayne Lizama

 

“I have known the Veatch Family since 1964. In addition to being close friends, I have enjoyed working with them on business events, philanthropic endeavors as well as my own commercial real estate transactions. When you need a trusted advisor or partner, they are the ones that you want in your corner.” 

Robert E. Simon, Jr.,

Founder of Reston

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Casey Veatch (center) at the 22nd Board of Supervisors Breakfast organized by Leadership Fairfax (LFI) � Friday, March 1st - 7:00 am to 9:30 am at the Waterford at Fair Oaks. This event has been one of LFI’s most popular as it gives businesses and residents of Fairfax County an opportunity to hear straight from the Board of Supervisors what is happening in Fairfax County.

 

Photo detail   From left, Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce Chairman Tim Sargeant presents Casey Veatch of Veatch Commercial Real Estate with the Small Business of the Year Award Thursday, June 28, 2012, at the Hyatt Regency Reston. Read more...

 

Bob Simon and Casey Veatch at the Reston Station Metro site. Read about the Reston Station.

The Red, Heart and Soul Gala was held on November 16, 2011 and over $100,000 was raised to continue helping disadvantaged families afford quality childcare in the D.C. Metropolitan area. Chuck and Casey Veatch were presented the first annual Devotion To Children Legacy Award for their continuous commitment towards helping the community and inspiring others to do the same.   Please click to watch NBC 4 and for more information on this event, please visit, Devotion to Children

 

University of Virginia Real Estate Fellows, Chuck Veatch (center) and Jim Todd (lower left), along with Professor George Overstreet (right), teach real life business lessons to a class at the McIntire School of Commerce in Charlottesville (Source: Commerce UVA Spring 2011).

Reston honors its commitment to community,  Gala raises ‘historic' $420,000 for Reston Interfaith  Please click here to read the story on FairfaxTimes.com and Best of Reston Honored in Reston Connection. 

Chuck Veatch, outgoing chair of the board of trustees of Shenandoah University, is presented with a chair at the conclusion of yesterday’s fall meeting of the trustees. Presenting the chair to Veatch is President Tracy Fitzsimmons and the incoming chair Jim Vickers (right). Trustees are the legal owners of the institution, and the president reports to the board. The chair position is a two-year term (Source: Shenandoah University News Sun-e on October 21, 2010)

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Read "Five Minutes with Chuck Veatch" in Reston Patch.

 

Chuck Veatch (left) was honored with the 2010 Robert E.Simon Award, recognizing life-time service to the community. Mr. Simon (center) was invited onstage to present the award.  Joe Ritchey (right) was honored in  2009.  More photos of the event.

Read about this event in Reston ConnectionThe Observer News and Fairfax Times

 

Virtual Realty Tour 2011 was held on Thursday, February 24, 2011.  Co-hosts for the morning:  Grubb & Ellis’s Andy Klaff and Veatch Commercial's Casey Veatch. This is the 11th year they have hosted.

 

(top) from left: Andy and Casey on either side of Capture Video Producer Jessica Piscitelli, the multimedia mastermind behind the tour at the Greater Reston Chamber 2011 Virtual Realty Tour.  Veatch Commercial Real Estate is a co-Presenting Sponsor of the VRT which was attended by over 400 people. 

    Casey Veatch (LFI '99) accepts his

    "Remarkable Resource Award"

    in 2008.  The Gala honors leaders

    in our area who make a difference.

On May 14, 2010, Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS) hosted its annual The Road to Independence Gala at Hilton McLean/Tysons Corner.   This prestigious event was held to celebrate NVFS' many achievements, and to generate support and the crucial funds needed to sustain and expand a wide range of programs that serve those-in-need in the community.  To see 2010 photos, please click Scrapbook.

YMCA Reston presented Mr. Charles Veatch, President of The Charles A. Veatch Co., and his son, Casey Veatch, Principal of Veatch Commercial, with the Joseph L. Ritchey Community Service Award, at the "Under the Big Top" Gala on November 8, 2008.
   
   

  Stream Restoration Begins
  Groundbreaking celebrates Reston’s innovative spirit.
  Mirza Kurspahic  February 13, 2008

Community leaders, activists and residents joined Reston Association board and staff in celebrating a groundbreaking of a comprehensive stream restoration project in Reston on Tuesday morning, Feb. 12. The first reach of 14 miles of construction began with Reston founder Robert Simon and other community members digging shovels into the frozen ground.  

To read the full story please click here

   
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