Success Story

Iron Bow

With its recent relocation to a new HQ, Iron Bow Technologies is growing within Fairfax County

Fairfax County is the ideal location for Herndon-based IT solutions provider Iron Bow Technologies’ new 35,600-square foot headquarters, said Rene LaVigne, president and CEO of Iron Bow.

“Being established more than 20 years ago in the center of Northern Virginia’s technology hub has been extremely advantageous in leveraging top talent, and positions us to provide outstanding service to our federal, SLED (state, local and higher education), healthcare and commercial clients,” LaVigne said.

“We’ve recently relocated to new offices in February to accommodate our employees in this new era of hybrid work,” said LaVigne. “Not only do we have new headquarters in Herndon, we are also standing up a new healthcare center of excellence, demonstration lab, integration, and warehousing facility in Chantilly.”

Iron Bow has been recognized for its solutions and services and also for providing its employees with a working environment centered on personal and professional development, trust, respect, and integrity, according to LaVigne.

“The culture at Iron Bow Technologies is truly unique. As a recurring Washington Post Top Workplace and Virginia Business Best Places to Work awardee, we excel in providing a dynamic work environment, while also understanding the importance of supporting a happy and healthy lifestyle. We strive to continuously recognize the outstanding work of our employees in serving our customers through the ‘Iron Bow Way’ and our mantra ‘What We Do Matters’ as every team member has an impact on the results of our efforts and the outcomes our customers desire,” LaVigne said.

Iron Bow employees are provided with opportunities to give back to the community through various charitable giving activities, including volunteering at the Dulles South Food Pantry and Food for Others. The Iron Bow team also participated in National Volunteer Month in April, preparing more than 600 meals for local schools. In addition to giving time, the company has sponsored four support dogs for wounded veterans through paws4vets, and continues to provide charitable support to meaningful causes such as Yellow Ribbon Fund, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society initiatives, and more.

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