Architecture Plus contracted with General Services Administration (GSA) to provide a major tenant renovation to the approximately 60,000 square foot building located at 1201Oakridge Drive. This facility houses the National Park Service and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. The renovation involves a complete demolition of nearly all ceilings, walls, flooring and finishes. The new building layout primarily consists of built offices towards the center of the spaces with open offices towards the perimeter thus allowing more natural light to permeate the space.
We are working with Beaudin-Ganze Consulting Engineers to provide Design Intent Drawings as well as coordinating the Construction Documents. Brinkman Partners is the general contractor that will assist with the goal to pursue a minimum LEED Certification of Silver.
Size 55,000 SF
Owner Contact – Anthony Lichtl, CCIM
Architect – Architecture Plus
Tom Kalert, Principal and Shannon Doyle, Architect
Structural – JVA
MEP – Beaudin Ganze Consulting Engineers
GC – Brinkman Partners