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Grunley in a joint venture modernized the 600000 square foot U.S. Department of Treasury Main Building a National Historic Landmark. The existing Treasury Building is both architecturally and historically significant. Renowned Architect Robert Mills who constructed the Washington Monument and Old Patent Office Building designed the East and Center Wings. The South Wing was completed in 1861 and the West Wing in 1864. The North Wing finalized in 1869 houses the famedCash Roomonce considered the most expensive room in America. Within all four wings the basement and five floors of building space were renovated while the building remained occupied and fully operational. The scope of the project included a new heating ventilation and air conditioning sys- tem a new electrical distribution system a new state-of-the-art communication and data system firelife safety upgrades including fire alarm and sprinkler systems and improvements to provide emergency egress a new plumbing system including new plumbing fixtures and modifications for compliance with ADA requirements. Additional work included installing new elevators and completing custom millwork stonework new finishes and decorative painting. Existing wood stone cast iron brass and goldleaf gilding were either restored or replicated. Considerable office space was renovated including space occupied by the Secretary of the Treasury. U.S. TREASURY MAIN HEADQUARTERS BUILDING RENOVATION AND RESTORATION Washington DC PROJECT AWARDS NAIOP Award of Excellence - Best Renovation - Urban Over 150000 SF MDDC Chapter 2007 Associated General Contractors of Metro Washington Award-Honorable Mention Building Renovation 2006 Washington Building Congress Craftsmanship Award for Finishes Flooring 2005 American Institute of Architects AIA Award of Excellence in Historic Resources 2003 Mid-Atlantic Construction now McGraw-HillENR RehabRestoration Project of the Year 2005 OWNER U.S. Department of Treasury DATE OF AWARD February 1999 COMPLETION DATE March 2006 CONTRACT AMOUNT 124M ARCHITECT Shalom Baranes Associates PC