Construction Management Services for Renovations of Building 10 F Wing

GES provided construction quality management services for the 215,000 sf renovation of the Clinical Center’s F-Wing. The renovation converts former patient care units to laboratories, lab support and offices for clinical research program, and installs new utilities, infrastructure and equipment. The goal of the project was to provide a reliable, efficient, flexible and adaptable facility that meets the user’s requirements while providing high-quality environment to attract and retain researchers. For this project, GES’ MEP specialists reviewed equipment/furnishing requirements and... Continue Reading

BIT Systems

GES provided MEP & FP engineering services for the renovation of this 80,000 sf mission critical facility. Spaces included a new raised data center, SCIF, commercial office space, conference rooms, meeting rooms and fitness center. Due to the function of the work being performed in the data center an overhead, modular, busway track system was provided to power the server racks. A power module system was also included to provide monitoring and control over the power distribution system. The design included energy efficient elements, which reduced the overall operating cost for the... Continue Reading

Biosolids Management Program, Main Process Train

Under a design/build contract, GES provided a variety of mechanical, plumbing and fire protection services for the HVAC modifications to the Solids Blending Building, design of the new 13,000 sf Solids Screening Building, 50,000 sf Pre-dewatering Building, a bridge connecting the two buildings, and a 15,500 sf Digester Gas Building. The plumbing design included the process plumbing for handling waste, solids and disposal to other facilities, and controls for all of the designed systems. This project is the first of its kind in the United States, and the includes the largest Cambi plant in... Continue Reading

AARP Headquarters Renovations

GES was commissioned to develop plans to upgrade the mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems at AARP's headquarters at 601 E. Street, N.W., Washington, DC. The existing facility is comprised of two interconnected buildings totaling over 600,000 sf of space. Due to changes in their program mission and leadership, AARP wants to create a new, more energy efficient facility. The project includes relocating and renovating three departments, and conducting an assessment of the entire... Continue Reading