Contract: $8,317,000 - Public Buildings Service - Jul. 28, 2009
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Award Description: When the Federal Center was built in 1942 it was common practice to combine the sewer and storm water runoff systems. This complex was orginally as the St. Louis Ordinance plant and after the transfer from the Army to GSA in 1967, the facilities were modernized to upgrade from a manufacturing plant to an office park complex. Due to the many changes to the complex and time, the system has deteriorated and needs attention. The current storm/sewer system was prohibited after this complex was built, so to fix the system the existing line will need to be repaired and a second line will need to be put in. After some investigation it was recommended to store high flow stormwater runoff on site in underground storm water detention reservoirs. This recommendation will comply with site regulations and maintain surface parking and is within the 'Building Tune-up, Lighting Replacement, Building HVAC Systems and Energy Saving' categories as defined in the ARRA descriptions of High Performance Building Improvements.
Project Description: This field is not applicable yet since we haven't started work yet and no funds have been received.
Jobs Summary: This field is not applicable yet since we haven't started work yet and no funds have been received. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Not Started
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