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This design-bid-build project consisted of the renovation and expansion of historic Building One on the new U.S. Food Drug Administration FDA campus. Building One is the focal point of the campus entry and houses the executive offices of FDA including the Office of the Commissioner. The scope of work included installing new energy-efficient mechanical plumb- ing electrical security and life safety systems restoring three historical staircases lighting and lobby space a new addition with full height curtain walls and an open atrium and suspended pedestrian bridges new entry structure with two new curved stone retaining walls monumentally engraved and a new campus security pavilion that serves as the point of entrance for all visitors. Site improvements included extensive grading new street lighting roads and traffic signage extensive new utility infrastructure new sidewalks curbs and gut- ters security bollards and over 150 new trees were planted along New Hampshire Avenue. This project required the team to effectively manage the construction on a site with limited laydown area several other contractors working on adjacent projects within the complex significant HVAC coordination historical restoration consider- ations and LEED Gold compliance. U.S. FOOD DRUG ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ONE RENOVATION RESTORATION AND EXPANSION White Oak MD OWNER U.S. General Services Administration DATE OF AWARD September 2007 COMPLETION DATE November 2008 CONTRACT AMOUNT 36.4M ARCHITECT KlingStubbins in association with RTKL PROJECT AWARDS Associated General Contractors of Metro Washington Merit Award-Restoration Renovation 2009