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Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse Capital Security and Fire Alarm Upgrades

The existing U. S. Courthouse is a federally owned two-story building constructed in 1958.  The intent of this project was to mitigate the general security deficiencies of the Courthouse.  Scope of work included site work, construction of a new sallyport and prisoner elevator, parking and building entry renovations, and circulation control improvements.  The main objectives for this project included resolving line of site issues from adjacent structures, and securing separate dedicated entry and circulation paths for judges, prisoners, and the public while improving the safety for all tenants in the building.

 

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IRS – National Distribution Center

This was a design-build project with Archway Development.  The building is being utilized by the Internal Revenue Service as their National Distribution Center.  The building consists of a 116, 000 square foot area dedicated to order fulfillment, warehousing and dock space as well as an…

U.S. Federal Courthouse Building

4-story office building including federal offices, security areas, library, judges chambers and courtrooms.