Areas of Expertise
U.S. Department of Transportation Headquarters
The U.S. Department of Transportation project consisted of new construction of a 2 million-square foot cabinet-level headquarters building on an 11-acre site in the Navy Yard Annex Historic District along the Anacostia waterfront in southeast Washington, DC. The eight and nine story towers of colored precast concrete includes space for 5,000 employees, an underground concourse connecting the two towers, and a two-level, below-grade parking garage for 950 cars.
Eisenhower Executive Office Building
This project consisted of comprehensive renovation of a 686,706 SF high-security federal office building and National Historic Landmark which functions as the primary facility for White House support operations. The secure facility remained fully occupied throughout the course of the project.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Construction Management IDIQ
The $27 million renovation of the 260,000 SF Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) building included upgrading current HVAC air distribution systems, new lighting and control systems, modifications to the existing power distribution system, plumbing upgrades, and window replacement including energy efficient, blast resistant windows in some locations. Complete interior upgrades were implemented on each floor including asbestos abatement, IT upgrades, fire alarm and fire protection replacement, new acoustic ceilings, carpet replacement, lighting doors, hardware, millwork, and painting.
Little Rock Federal Building
The Little Rock Federal Building, constructed in 1961, is a nine story concrete encased steel-frame office building undergoing systems modernization project while remaining fully occupied. The project includes full replacement of fire suppression and fire alarm systems, repair to building envelope, and abatement of asbestos containing material. The project also entails repair and replacement of exterior hardscapes and building diagnostics for persistent water infiltration.