Clinton (William Jefferson) Federal Building

Clinton (William Jefferson) Federal Building

Renovation and Restoration

Grunley was responsible for the complete renovation of this building formerly known as Ariel Rios. It serves as the headquarters of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Phase 1 involved the modernization of the south half of the building (300,000 square foot). Phase 2 was more extensive and completed the modernization of the remaining 600,000 square foot facility. Under a separate contract, we restored the façade. In 2002, the phase 2 modernization earned the prestigious Construction Excellence Honor in the GSA Design Awards program. In 2001, it received a Merit Award from the Associated General Contractors of Metropolitan Washington. Grunley was responsible for the complete renovation of this building.

Project Details

Client:U.S. General Services Administration

Location:Washington, D.C.

Sector:Commercial/Office

ContractPhase 2

TypesRenovation, Restoration

Completion DateJanuary 1, 2000

Amount$81 million

Contract MethodSustainability

Architects RTKL Associates, Inc.

ContractFaçade Restoration

TypeRestoration

Completion DateJuly 1, 1998

Amount$4 million

Contract MethodSustainability

Architects Karn, Charuhas, Chapman & Twohey

ContractPhase 1

TypesRenovation, Restoration

Completion DateJuly 1, 1993

Amount$30 million

Contract MethodSustainability

Architects Notter, Finegold & Alexander

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