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This 82 million project consisted of the restoration and adaptive reuse of six historic buildings totaling over 145000 square feet and the construction of a new modular utilities plant for this National Historic Landmark. The St. Elizabeths Adap- tive Reuse project is part of the first phase of a multi-phased construction project to consolidate the U.S. Department of Homeland Security which currently has offices located throughout the DC area into a single secure location. The individual build- ings that Grunley restored ranged from 105 to 157 years old. Our scope of work included restoration of the dining hallkitchen adaptive reuse of therelief quar- ters into a credit union with modern office and conference spaces construction of an underground gymnasium and the fast- track design-build of a modular utilities plant. The diversity of this project provided the opportunity for our team and sub- contractors to demonstrate the mastery of their trades. Grunley self-performed over 2 million of structural and finished carpentry work a significant portion of this was within the campus dining hall. Our self-perform work included removing restoring and re-installing over 10000 linear feet of bead-board from the dining halls ceiling and clerestory. Grunley also performed structural enhancements to the dining hall that included adding new members to the existing king post trusses that matched the existing trusses. The project is designed to achieve LEED Gold certification. ST. ELIZABETHS CAMPUS ADAPTIVE REUSE Washington DC PROJECT AWARDS Associated General Contractors of America Best Building Renovation Alliant Build America Award 2014 Associated General Contractors of Metro Washington Historic Renovation Restoration Award 2013 Washington Building Congress Craftsmanship Award for Windows and Storefronts History Wood Windows Restoration LLC 2013 OWNER U.S. General Services Administration DATE OF AWARD September 2010 COMPLETION DATE July 2013 CONTRACT AMOUNT 82M ARCHITECT Perkins Will