USAID Renovation

Galley Renovations at the Ronald Reagan Building

Banneker served as prime general contractor for the modernization of seven floors of galleys for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

This was a four-phase design-bid-build project that included full interior demolition and new construction including all new sustainable flooring, lights, wall covering and ceiling as well as new drywall, HVAC and furniture. Five galleys remained in use at all times while two were under construction. The work included demolishing existing millwork, plumbing fixtures, furniture, telephone electric and data boxes, ceiling grid and tiles, flooring and wall covering, and construction of new millwork, energy efficient lighting, water efficient plumbing fixtures, new ceiling grid and tile, HVAC duct and diffusers and controls, sprinklers, sustainable materials, furniture and repair of raised flooring. Work was conducted in high security areas and all staff were required to obtain security clearances.

USAID Renovation
USAID Renovation
USAID Renovation
USAID Renovation
USAID Renovation
Project Address

1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, D.C.

Client
U.S. General Services Administration
Cost
$746,414
Completed
2012
Expertise
General Contracting
Architect
Contractor
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