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Governmental Office Project Case Study in Maryland

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Project Overview

Project Title:WHITE OAK BRANCH OFFICE
Start Date:2004-08-01
Estimated Value:$3,647,860
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Project Location

State:Maryland
County:Montgomery
City:White Oak
Address:2131 Industrial Parkway

Project Type

Building Category:Governmental Offices
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Governmental Office[s] Metal Roof Deck, Steel Bar Joist Roof Deck , Modified Bitumen Roof Construction Of New 1-Story Branch Office, Approximately 15,000 SF Demolition Of Existing Paving And Structures, Excavation, Grading, Site Utilities, Paving, Landscaping, Storm Water Management Modifications, Sediment And Erosion Control, And Site Improvements, Load-Bearing Steel Studs, Brick Veneer, Framed Wood Truss Roof, Roof Covering Is Metal Roofing And A Steel Joist, Modified Bitumen Roof Covering On The Flat Roof Section, Foundations Are Concrete Spread Footings, Heating And Ventilating Is Variable Air Volume With A Energy Recovery System, HVAC Is All Electric, Electrical Systems Will Include Power, Lighting, Fire Alarm, Security, Data And Telephone Systems, Web Based Energy Management System To Be Installed, Include A Wet And Dry Pipe Fire Suppression System