The tunnels, part of a system used to supply the heating and cooling for a large number of government buildings in the Washington, DC area, were built in the 1930s and required significant upgrades to meet today’s standards.
Washington’s first general federal office building, the Ford House, was constructed in the heart of the nation’s capital in 1939 and in need of security updates.
The United States Army Corps of Engineers called for security upgrades to the East River bridges under its Rapid Response/Immediate Response Program in 2008.
Public safety and security were driving concerns at the Iowa Army Ammunitions Plant (IAAP).
While enhancing the perimeter security for this important building, Conti ensured its accessibility to all by incorporating ADA compliant ramps into the design.