Ed brings a regionally renowned reputation for land development, preservation, farming and community, with 40 years of experience, working with land developers, civil engineers, general contractors, municipalities, government agencies, national home builders, and individual homeowners. He believes that development should be about balance, dedicating his time to preserving natural and historic lands, volunteering in the community and creating real places for people to live and raise their children.
Ed’s career began with Peterson Companies and KETTLER where he orchestrated some of the largest developments in Northern Virginia. In 1997, he started Piedmont Land Group, a land-development consulting company. He then purchased Edward R. Moore, Jr. & Associates, LLC, a land and easement-acquisition company, specializing in water and sewer easements for municipalities and authorities throughout Virginia, founded and owned by his father in 1973. The company is now operating as ERM & Associates under the ownership of Craig Anderson, one of our most trusted associates.
Ed’s responsibilities have included land acquisition, rezoning, engineering, plan approvals, bond release, land development, and political partnerships, as well as the creation and management of dozens of HOAs.
Ed lives in Fauquier County with his wife Tammy. Together they have raised 4 children who still reside in the county as well. He enjoys being outside, camping, fishing, and farming, as well as spending time with his 2 grandchildren.
“Ed Moore, [is] a developer and conservationist who has facilitated responsible growth in Fauquier County. [As] President of Vint Hill Village, LLC, Ed Moore has worked to revitalize the area around a former military base by creating a vibrant housing and business community, supports local youth by donating money to schools, the Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of the USA, and he helps increase the quality of life of his fellow residents by supporting transitional housing. Ed Moore is a devoted advocate for smart, responsible growth in the region, and he also helps protect Fauquier County’s unique heritage as a preservationist and conservationist” – House Resolution No. 51, Commonwealth of Virginia General Assembly 2016, Citizen of the Year