The scope included executive and staff offices, conference rooms, general office space, IT/LAN rooms, pantries,reception areas and workrooms. The project was completed under a very tight schedule. The furniture, security and IT were included in Bognet’s contract.
The DC Department of Health (DOH) project was 160,000 SF and was distinguished by a very aggressive schedule as well as complex phasing and move coordination for both the swing space construction and the final occupancy of the entire space. We utilized two superintendents and placed our project team on-site full time to coordinate ongoing customer requirements. We worked closely with the landlord to keep a high level of coordination over the short timeframe. The project included a high density filing system as well as the installation of over 500 workstations. Bognet also managed all contractors and owner vendors for the project including furniture, IT, tele/data cabling, and security within the scope and schedule of the project.
The District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT) project was 155,000 SF and included the complete build out of offices, open work stations, pantries, conference rooms, a reception area, and a high density filing systems. The project also included the installation of over 500 workstations. The tenant interior project is LEED Silver Certified and included 40% DC CBE participation. Bognet’s contract included all vendors and subcontractors for the project including furniture, IT, tele/data cabling, and security within the scope and schedule of the project.