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Project Name: American Foreign Policy Council Building
Location: Washington, DC
Description: This is an office addition and renovation to an historic building on Capitol Hill in Washington DC. The existing building will be updated with new windows, doors and HVAC. An addition will be placed at the rear of the lot and connected to the old building with an interior light court that is four stories tall. This central space will serve as a gathering space at the lower and 2nd level where a glass floor allows light to continue to pass downward while allowing the space to function as the office library. The building is approximately 5,000 square feet of office. The cost is approximately $1.5 million.
Project Name: Tunnel at Tysons
Location: Tysons Corner, Virginia
Description: Tysons Tunnel is an alternative to the proposed elevated Metro Line through Tysons. The tunnel is designed with four underground stations that are created using the Large Bore Tunneling Machine. This new technology was developed in Europe creating a large diameter tunnel, large enough that the stations are part of the excavation. This method saves huge amounts of costs on the project and keeps surface disruption to a minimum. The stations are designed to bring light all the way down to the platform entrances by placing a large skylight over the escalator entrance on the surface. This total cost of this project is approximately $2.3 billion.
Project Name: Renovation and Addition to the South African Embassy
Location: Washington, DC
Description: The Renovation and Addition to the South African Embassy project will consist of the consolidation of chancery functions into one central location. The renovated building will permit the embassy to house all of its functions in one location, as well as provide a functional, modern residence for the Ambassador. Currently, certain consular functions are operated out of a separate location, roughly two miles away. The objective is to increase the embassy’s ability to provide public outreach programs, reduce overall ongoing expenditures through the reduction of leased space as well as improving building systems and addressing life safety concerns.
Project Name: The National Great Blacks and Wax Museum
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Description: A popular destination for visitors both locally and nationally, TheNational Great Blacks and Wax Museum is embarking on a major expansion of their current facilities. Occupying nearly a full city block in Baltimore, the Museum is planning to add 120,000 gsf to the existing facility during the first of three phases of development. The new museum will include galleries exploring the African Diaspora as well as topics such asthe Atlantic Slave Trade andcontributions of Marylanders to African American history. The museum will also contain a gift shop and an auditorium for lectures, films and other performances.