McKinley Elementary School and Arlington County Public Schools broke ground today, June 11th, on the renovation and addition of McKinley Elementary School. The occasion was marked with a ceremonial groundbreaking celebration with project stakeholders and students of McKinley Elementary School. Students sang the McKinley school song, read poetry about their school and helped break ground with small shovels and hard hats.
The City of Falls Church and Falls Church City Public Schools have selected Grunley and Samaha Architects for the $15M contract to provide design and construction services for Mount Daniel Elementary School.
Grunley has been selected by the U.S. General Services Administration to renovate Building 5 on the Potomac Annex (POTAX) Complex in Washington, DC. Building 5 is one of several buildings on the POTAX campus that will be renovated to provide additional office space for a Federal tenant. Once completed, it will accommodate approximately 200 occupants.
Valued at $4.7 million, the Potomac Annex Building 5 Renovation project will entail creating approximately 18,500 square feet of office space with open and closed offices, building circulation and infrastructure support.
Grunley and Shalom Baranes Associates Awarded Contract to Renovate Center Building at St. Elizabeths
The U.S. General Services Administration has awarded Grunley and Shalom Baranes Associates a $139 million design-build contract to renovate the Center Building on the St. Elizabeths West Campus in Southeast DC. This marks the next phase of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's ambitious consolidation at St. Elizabeths. Grunley and Shalom Baranes have worked together since 2001 on the phased modernization of the U.S. Department of the Interior Headquarters Building in Washington, DC.
Grunley Mascaro Construction, LLC, to Renovate the Science West Building on Montgomery College's Rockville Campus
Montgomery College has selected Grunley Mascaro Construction, LLC, to renovate the Science West Building on its Rockville campus. The building, constructed in 1971, requires additional space to accommodate the demand of students seeking high-quality programs in science, engineering, and mathematics.