Under two indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracts, MBP provided on-site construction management and construction inspection services, design review and procurement phase support, and commissioning services. Projects included renovating two of the six courthouse ceilings, 2,400 square feet each in the federal building, replacing four existing air handling units, and a phased lobby expansion and lighting upgrade project. The 4,000-square-foot, two-phase project included a lobby expansion and lighting upgrade funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Phase one of the project included the construction of a temporary screening facility. Phase two expanded the main lobby to accommodate the growing pedestrian traffic. It involved upgrades to the existing lighting in the exterior plaza soffit, stairwells, and in the parking garage. Occupancy sensors were installed to support energy conservation. This project also included renovation and expansion of the GSA office suite within the building.

“I want to thank you for your assistance on this unique and challenging project. MBP’s assistance throughout the project was integral to the successful completion of the project and satisfaction of the customer. Thank you.”
Brett Molash
Project Engineer
U.S. General Services Administration