FDA Campus Loop Road Project

FDA Campus Loop Road Project

Construction of a new loop road for the FDA White Oak Campus and all associated sitework for the new campus buildings of CDER II, Southwest Parking Garage, CDRH, OC/ORA, and Building 1. Construction consisted of building & surface demolition; roadways; earthwork; building pad mass excavation; utility relocation for: electrical distribution, telecommunication distribution, waterlines, and sanitary sewer systems; storm water management piping and systems; and contaminated soil abatement.
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FDA East Access Road and Bridge

FDA East Access Road and Bridge

Construction of a multi-phase new access road and bridges connecting the FDA White Oak Campus to Cherry Hill Road. Construction consisted of building & surface demolition; roadways; earthwork; utility relocation for: electrical distribution, telecommunication distribution, waterlines, and sanitary sewer systems; storm water management piping and systems; relocation/support of steam line and nitrogen gas systems; Security installations including fencing, barriers, and guard booths; electrical overhead and underground power and lighting; guardrails; bridges; concrete blast wall; earth berms; and landscaping
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WMATA Shop & Yards/Parking Garages

WMATA Shop & Yards/Parking Garages

Design/Build construction of a new shop and yard facility used in maintenance and storage of Metro trains along with new parking garages. Construction consisted of building & surface demolition; roadways; earthwork; track work; shop facilities mass excavation; utility relocation for: electrical distribution, telecommunication distribution, waterlines, and sanitary sewer systems; storm water management piping and systems; parking lots; contaminated soil abatement; and track storage areas.
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Coast Guard Headquarters/St. Elizabeths Campus

Coast Guard Headquarters/St. Elizabeths Campus

Comprised of an 11-story office building, utility plant, and two sevenstory parking garages, the new 1.2 million square-foot U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters campus required an immense excavation and massive support of excavation, deep foundation, and global stability systems. The scope of work for this project required removal of 2.4 million cubic yards of soil within a 1-year schedule for our work. This project is one of the largest excavations ever completed in Washington, D.C. Further complicating this task, large amounts of soil were contaminated or classified as hazardous materials requiring special considerations. Nine different soil types were transported to more than 12 different disposal facilities, four of which were over 100 miles from the site. Further complicating the job is the 120-foot change in elevation and unstable soil conditions revealed in early geotechnical reports. Sixty percent of the support of excavation scope was located below one million cubic yards of excavated earth, requiring close coordination with the sheeting and shoring operations. Our teams worked in two shifts and, at the height of the project, moved over 12,000 cubic yards of soil daily to ensure timely project delivery
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Vehicle Maintenance and Instructional Facility

Vehicle Maintenance and Instructional Facility

Design/Build construction of a new Vehicle Maintenance and Instruction facility for the armored division being transferred from Fort Knox's, KY. Construction consisted of building & surface demolition; clearing and grubbing; roadways; hardstand; earthwork; facility mass excavation; utility relocation for: electrical distribution, telecommunication distribution, waterlines, and sanitary sewer systems; storm water management piping and systems; parking lots; contaminated soil abatement; and Unexploded Ordinance (UXO) management.
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