Gearing up: BlackHawk expands into new headquarters


Much of Blackhawk's growth has been fueled by homeland security demands since Sept. 11, 2001

By JON W. GLASS
The Virginian-Pilot
 
NORFOLK, Va. — The four-story office building rises from the ground like a fortress, with two stone pillars resembling a military battlement and an arched roof bringing to mind a parachute canopy.

For Mike Noell, a former Navy SEAL, the structure symbolizes a rock-solid military positioning. The muscular architecture also makes a statement about the strength of Noell's company, BlackHawk Products Group.

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