Grunley Participates in Nolan Building Renovation Groundbreaking Ceremony

Grunley Participates in Nolan Building Renovation Groundbreaking Ceremony

January 12, 2024

Grunley Participates in Nolan Building Renovation Groundbreaking Ceremony

On Wednesday, January 10th, Grunley was honored to participate in the ceremonial groundbreaking of our U.S. Army Intelligence & Security Command (INSCOM) Secure Admin/Ops Facility (SAOF) – Phase 4 Nolan Building Renovation project at Fort Belvoir, Virginia! After special remarks from David Kim, Director of Support for INSCOM and Lt. Colonel David Myers, Deputy District Commander for United States Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District, sledgehammers were used to punch holes in the building’s existing walls to signal the start of its transformation.

Constructed in 1989, the Nolan Building serves as INSCOM’s headquarters. Three phases of work were necessary, and performed by other contractors, prior to the advertisement of Phase 4 which involves the complete renovation of the original 235,000 SF four-story building. The scope also includes new construction of SCIF and non-SCIF sections of office and administration areas, open office suites, training areas and classrooms, conference areas, reprographics area, and security lobby area. Unique features will include corridor connections to the adjacent Phase 2/3 facility and AT/FP improvements to the existing superstructure and exterior building envelope. Good luck to the entire project team!