Extremely fast track project for large DOD contractor. Work included a large computer room with a new emergency generator back-up power system and chemical fire suppression system; carbon fiber reinforced structural enhancements for high density file systems; and secure facilities within the space.
ING and its partners were aggressively marketing an 180,000 square foot seven-story building in Old Town Alexandria that had been vacant since the previous tenant moved out. They secured a potential tenant for the entire building, but faced a five month window to negotiate the lease, and design and construct new office spaces before the tenant would be forced to move out of their existing space.
This DOD contractor had a number of special requirements that posed additional challenges to the team. A secure computer room backed up by an emergency generator, SKIF spaces and major augmentation of the base building HVAC system all had to be complete and functional before occupancy.
CCSI worked with ING to meet budget constraints and partnered with trade contractors that could accommodate the sizeable construction project, complex logistics and aggressive schedule.
The project was delivered on-time and 2% under budget. The tenant was able to occupy according to the original move schedule developed at the project's inception.