Grunley's Latest Project Wins
It's been a very exciting week at Grunley with the notification of multiple new significant project wins. A few of our recent project wins include:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Baltimore District
Secure Federal Building along the National Mall
Grunley has been awarded a $129.4 million design/build contract to design and upgrade existing windows, doors and cityscape for an approximately 1M SF secure federal building located along the National Mall in Washington, DC. Our design partner is KCCT Architects.
Smithsonian Institution Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Revitalization
Grunley has been awarded a $71 million contract to revitalize the Hirshhorn Museum Sculpture Gardens for the Smithsonian Institution. The project will revitalize the sculpture garden by addressing the waterproofing and concrete decay problems in the sculpture garden and underground passage to improve stormwater management on the site. Ramps at the west end of the garden will improve accessibility to the sunken garden from the north and south. New stacked stone walls will create more intimate spaces for the display of sculptures on the east end of the garden. A broad open area on the west side will allow the museum to exhibit larger scale contemporary works. The existing pool in the central space of the garden will be rebuilt and a new, tiered pool to its south will provide a performance space. The work will also include demolition of the existing concrete retaining walls in the garden and replacing them with walls that match historically; protection of the historic elm trees on the east and west sides of the site; and installation of new drainage and stormwater water management systems.
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Washington District
Large Multiple Award Construction Contract
Grunley was recently selected as one of five contract holders for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Washington’s Large Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC). This IDIQ-type contract will extend over a five-year period and has a maximum value of $950 million. Task order projects will comprise various large design-build and design-bid-build projects in the metropolitan Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia area. This is Grunley’s first time winning this Large Navy MACC contract. Our design partners are LEO A DALY and Beyer Blinder Belle Architects.