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Interiors, Tenant Improvement: Arent Fox Tenant Fit-Out

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The interior fit-out project created offices, workspaces, conference rooms, a 150-seat auditorium and galleys.
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Located in the recently built 1000 Connecticut Building in downtown Washington, D.C., Arent Fox's 235,000-sq-ft leased space is spread across levels Nos. 2 through 8 and portions of the first level. The interior fit-out project created offices, workspaces, conference rooms, a 150-seat auditorium and galleys.

Despite the complex design features and nine-month schedule, the project was delivered on time. There were no lost-time accidents or OSHA-recordable incidents during the 100,000 work-hours logged on the job.

Project Team

Owner: Arent Fox LLP

Design Firm: STUDIOS architecture

General Contractor: Clark Construction Group, Bethesda, Md.

Engineers: Smislova, Kehnemui & Associates P.A., Potomac, Md.; WFT Engineering Inc., Gaithersberg, Md.

Subcontractors: AIW Inc., Hyattsville, Md.; BluWorld, Orlando, Fla.; R. Bratti, Alexandria, Va.; Brochsteins Inc., Houston; C.W. Keller & Associates, Plaistow, N.H.; Manganaro MidAtlantic, Beltsville, Md.; PerLectric Inc., Fairfax, Va.; Pro Air; Unifor, Toronto, Ontario

 

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