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As part of a three-year effort by the National Archives and Records Administration to preserve our nations history and instill in the public the importance of American archival records Grunley renovated and restored over 950000 gross square feet of building space at the National Archives Building a National Historic Landmark. While the building was occupied Grunley Upgraded all of the major building systems. Improved security and storage conditions for historical documents. Brought the facility into compliance with both The Americans with Disabilities Act and current fire and life safety codes. Improved access to the Rotunda and the building as a whole. Re-encased the U.S. Charters of Freedomthe Declaration of Independence the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Re-structured a significant portion of the building creating new museum and exhibit space. Built a new 288-seat theater retail museum gift shop and cafeteriasnack bar. Today this prestigious building offers more of a public museum experience to the more than one million visitors who travel to the institution each year. It has also improved office space and facilities for the 100 NARA staff that works there each day and enhanced research facilities for the 80000 researchers who visit the facility each year. THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES BUILDING RENOVATION Washington DC PROJECT AWARDS OWNER National Archives and Records Administration NARA DATE OF AWARD May 2001 COMPLETION DATE June 2005 CONTRACT AMOUNT 93M ARCHITECT Hartman-Cox Architects Associated General Contractors of America Merit Award - Building Renovation AON Build America Awards 2005 Associated General Contractors of Metro Washington Best RenovationRestoration National Archives 2004 Buildings Magazine Buildings Modernization Awards 2005 Mid-Atlantic Construction now McGraw-HillENR Renovation Project of the Year 2004 Washington Building Congress 7 20032004 Craftsmanship Awards