SKYHOUSE TOWER AND LEX WATERFRONT STATION,
WASHINGTON, DC - $64MM
Construction management services for the renovation of two, 12-story plus basement commercial office buildings into a 530-unit, Class A apartment buildings. Amenities include rooftop pool and observation deck; on-site pet grooming space; fitness center; outdoor patio; lounge clubroom and kitchenette; and game room.
WASHINGTON, DC – $65MM
Construction management services for the construction of 469 housing units.
THE LOFTS AT CAPITOL QUARTER,
WASHINGTON, DC $32MM
Construction management services for the construction of apartment buildings consisting of 156 market-rate and 39 affordable rental units; including associated common areas, amenities and site utility work. Amenities include roof top deck and pool, internal courtyards, exercise room, computer room.
ARTHUR CAPPER SENIOR APARTMENT BUILDING 1
WASHINGTON, DC – $17MM
Design review services, cost estimates, cost analysis and negotiation support during the design phase. Construction quality management services during construction of a four-story building, 162 apartment units for senior housing occupancy; 24 are ADA units.
ARTHUR CAPPER SENIOR APARTMENT BUILDING 2
WASHINGTON, DC – $14MM
Design review services, cost estimates, cost analysis and negotiation support during the design phase. Construction quality management services during construction of a four-story building, 139 apartment units for senior housing occupancy; 21 are ADA units.
PARKSIDE AT ALEXANDRIA,
Construction management services for the renovation of 24-three floor level buildings containing a total of 378 condominiums, with associated site development work.
WHEELER TERRACE APARTMENTS,
WASHINGTON, DC – $16.3MM
Construction management services during the renovation of four, 3-story brick apartment buildings; including site improvement and all infrastructure work.
OAKGROVE TOWNHOMES, LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA
Property assessment evaluation and capital reserve analysis for townhomes development containing 162 units and clubhouse. Complete construction quality management services including punch lists.
ARTHUR CAPPER ACC TOWNHOMES,
WASHINGTON, DC – $13.4MM
Construction management services during the new construction of 86 townhome units (2, 3 and 4-bedrooms); 20 UFAS units.
RHODE ISLAND AVENUE METRO TOWN CENTER,
TOTAL DEVELOPMENT COST: $107MM
Construction management services during the new construction of two buildings with 274 apartments, and retail space. Also, new construction of commuter parking garage for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
FOUNDRY LOFTS, BUILDING 160, THE YARDS,
WASHINGTON, DC – $55MM
Inspections and certifications for the rehabilitation of 6-story rental apartment building, including four stories of historic existing warehouse renovation and two stories of new construction above existing roof.
Utility Tunnel Expansion Project
Construction Cost: $35 million
Services included project management, inspections, estimating, scheduling, contract administration, change order analysis/preparation, contractor proposal analysis, progress meetings coordination, and contract files maintenance. The construction work consisted of the construction of 1.5 miles of utility tunnel and trenches, and associated valve vaults areas, at the NIH Bethesda campus (16 different phases). New utilities included: 36” chilled water supply and return piping, 12” high pressure steam, 2” high pressure steam condensate, 16” domestic water piping, several 20-way and 24-way electrical ductbanks, 15” sanitary lines, 20” through 48” system lines. All related valves and associated manholes for the mechanical systems were also included. Coordination with campus activities and NIH departments were critical, utilities shut downs and road closures had to be properly scheduled as to not interfere with research activities while maintaining the project completion date on schedule.
North Electrical Substation
Construction Cost: Phase I: $4 million
Full construction management services for the construction of an electrical substation. CGI was involved during phase 1, which consisted of the base building construction. The scope of work included site work, site utilities (8” sanitary line and 6 associated manholes, and 8” domestic water line), heavy concrete work, footings, primary and secondary electrical ductbanks and associated manholes, retaining/building/ CMU and brick masonry walls, transformer bays, cable vaults, and roofing system. It will house three 38-15 Kva transformers and associated switch gear equipment to provide power to several NIH buildings. Phase 2 of the project consisted of the design, procurement and installation of the electrical equipment.
Bldg 11, Power Plant East Expansion
Construction Cost: Phase I: $4 million
Full construction management services for the expansion of a power plant. CGI was involved in the excavation and support of excavation phase of the project. Ground water and rock were among the problems encountered during the excavation phase. Installation of an underground drain system to dewater the site and rock removal methods was a part of the scope of work. The building when completed will house two 5,000 tons chillers and associated cooling towers and electrical components.