Contract: $2,144,993 - Public Buildings Service - Jul. 15, 2009
25% voted satisfied - 75% voted not satisfied - 4 vote(s) cast
Award Description: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) has allocated funding for the design and modernization of the 10 West Jackson Federal Building, and the adjacent federally owned buildings at 18 West Jackson and 230 South State Street. The ARRA funding is designated for 'High Performance Green Building' projects. As part of the project approximately 40,000 r.s.f. of office space will be built out for the Department of Labor. The Ground Floor is comprised of retail tenants, a new lobby and service spaces. Since the building will house both federal and retail outleases, the project is to provide a dedicated entrance and secured circulation for federal tenants separate from retail tenants. A new entrance, lobby, and security station will be located off of Quincy Court. The existing interior sapce will be renovated for DOL and, in the remaining space, a warm-lit shell will be built for future tenant build outs.The building's restrooms will be upgraded to conform to the Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility standards. The building's mechanical systems will also be upgraded to enhance the performance of the HVAC system and to save energy. The fire alarm and sprinkler system will be extended into all spaces not already protected. Outdated elevator equipment is to be replaced. The exterior envelope and windows are to be replaced. All scope items are to improve and/or address the building's performance. The design intent is for the building to achieve LEED Silver certification. The project shall modernize the building envelope and systems for the next 25 years, providing a mechanical infrastructure to respond to the requirements of ARRA and EISA 2007 acts. 4240 Architecture was awarded the contract for A-E services and has assembled a team of consultants to produce the design and Contract Documents. Project deliverables include A-E documentation at all phases of design. The design documentation will be produced as a BIM model.
Project Description: A brief summary of the specific work undertaken in this period includes the completion of tasks in the Pre-Design and Concept Design phases including: • Laser scanning of the interior and exterior of the building • Creation of the BIM model from the laser scan point cloud • Collection, copying and distributing drawings and documents of the existing conditions • Review of existing documentation • Multiple on-site visits by 4240 and all of its consultants to evaluate the existing conditions • Preparation of the Pre-Design Assessment of the MEPFP, Security and Telecommunications systems • Hazardous materials survey of existing building and preparation of the Environmental Hazards Report • Preparation of the Conveyance System Study, Accessibility Study, Window Study, Existing Building Analysis, and Site Context Analysis • Preparation of the Structural Commentary on proposed design features • Development of design documents and revisions to the documents for multiple schemes at multiple presentation meetings • Development of conceptual cost estimates for multiple alternate schemes • Preliminary evaluation of the LEED category and the points targeted for achievement in pursuit of Silver certification; and registering the project with USGBC • NHPA Section 106 coordination with the SHPO and GSA • Participation in Art in Architecture planning for cleaning and repair of the existing sculpture • Preparation of DOL program and space plan • Research of furniture systems for DOL • Retail planning • Assist GSA in procurement of CMc • Preliminary building code research • Preliminary specifications and drawing mock up set • Consultant coordination with the entire A-E team • Attendance at weekly meetings, Design Concept Charrette, Peer Review presentations and On-board design review meetings
Jobs Summary: Number of Jobs Retained/Created=1.16 Tom Hanley, Project Manager, 520/2080=.25 Aaron Silver, Intern Architect, 260/2080=.13 Brandon Mixon, Architect, 520/2080=.25 Noah Luken, Architect, 520/2080=.25 Teddy Slowik, Inern Architect, 80/2080=.04 Robert Benson, Design Architect, 130/2080=.06 Tom Brauer, Principal Architect, 80/2080=.04 Hooman Aryan, Spec Writer, 130/2080=.06 Randy Hart, Architect, 80/2080=.04 Jeremy Green, Architect, 80/2080=.04 (Total jobs reported: 1)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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