National Institute of Health – Building 6

Bethesda, MD

A renovation of an existing 5-story history lab and research building. This project required a complete demolition of the interior and modifications to external site utilities. With this building located on a busy campus, the project was only allowed a small staging and lay-down area connected to an occupied and functioning laboratory. The project consisted of installing campus chilled water and steam utilities to their central heating/cooling mechanical room. Setting up heated/chilled water throughout the building and central station air handling equipment. Lastly, we installed domestic plumbing and life support process systems for their aquatic research specimens.

At a Glance

  • Sector:Government, Medical, Renovation
  • Client:US Dept. of Health & Human Services
  • Size:60,155 Sqft
  • Contract Value:$12,820,000