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Grunley was selected to provide CMc services for the major systems infrastructure improvements for the existing IMF Headquarters 1 Building. The project includes the renovations and alterations of an existing 13-story office building with mechanical penthouse and six below grade levels. This multi-phased challenging construction project will be performed within the fully occupied facility with the primary consider- ation being the continuity of the IMF mission. Preconstruction services included constructability reviews value engineering site logistics planning and other design phase services. Grunleys scope of work is divided into 11 phases. Construction activities within the 1400000 square foot building will include selective demolition hazardous materials abatement full interior general construction re-roofing major structural modifications and upgrades to mechanical electrical plumbing and fire protection systems. Grun- ley will replace the telecommunications security and fire life safety systems and will perform a full tenant fit-out. The project will seek LEED NC Gold v3.0 certification. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND HEADQUARTERS 1 BUILDING RENEWAL Washington DC OWNER International Monetary Fund DATE OF AWARD March 2013 COMPLETION DATE December 2016 CONTRACT AMOUNT Undisclosed ARCHITECT Skidmore Owings Merrill