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Grunley provided general contracting services for the construction of two new buildings totaling 133000 square feet plus a central utility plant all at the George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center. The two buildings serve as adminis- trative and instructional spaces for the State Departments Foreign Service Institute. The two primary buildings are Building F which was constructed adjacent to the existing training center and Building K which is a separate building located beside the new Building F addition. Building F is a three-story concrete structure and Build- ing K is a three-story steel structure with a concrete basement. Both buildings have new high efficiency mechanical and electrical systems blast resistant windows brick facades and flat roofs. The interior finishes are modern educational style environments with training classroom office and assembly spaces complete with state of the art audio-visual equipment. Building K connects to the main building at Building F by use of a new connector link constructed primarily of steel and glass. Infrastructure upgrades were made to the Central Plant to support facility improve- ments and the addition of both buildings. The Owner exercised additional options to include the construction of a new addi- tion to the existing Childcare Center which earned LEED NC 2.1 Silver certification a new Visitor Center a new Dining Facility and other site improvements. GEORGE P. SHULTZ NATIONAL FOREIGN AFFAIRS TRAINING CENTER Arlington VA OWNER U.S. General Services Administration DATE OF AWARD October 2007 COMPLETION DATE April 2010 CONTRACT AMOUNT 48M ARCHITECT Holabird Root LLC