U.S. Treasury Main Headquarters Building

U.S. Treasury Main Headquarters Building

Renovation and Restoration

Grunley has completed two projects at this 600,000 square foot National Historic Landmark. The larger of the two projects was a CMc contract completed as part of a 50/50 joint venture. It involved a phased renovation of the entire building while the facility remained occupied by federal workers, including the Secretary of the Treasury. Grunley installed a new HVAC system, electrical distribution system, state-of-the-art communication and data system and fire/life safety upgrades. Additional work included installing new elevators and retrofitting others and completing custom millwork, stonework, new finishes and decorative painting. The famous historic exterior colonnade was cleaned, tuck-pointed and waterproofed. The renovation project won five awards, including “Award of Excellence as Best Renovation - Urban, Over 150,000 SF” from the MD/DC Chapter of the NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association. Under a separate contract, Grunley served as the prime contractor for the restoration of the building’s envelope and North Plaza.

Project Details

Client:U.S. Department of Treasury

Location:Washington, D.C.

Sectors:Commercial/Office, Government

ContractPhased renovation

TypeRenovation

Completion DateMarch 31, 2006

Amount$122 million

Contract MethodsConstruction Management at Risk
Pre-Construction

Architect Shalom Baranes Associates

ContractExterior restoration and windows replacement

TypeRestoration

Completion DateMarch 31, 2006

Amount$9.8 million

Contract MethodsConstruction Management at Risk
Pre-Construction

Architect Shalom Baranes Associates

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