GSA awarded Procon a two-year construction management contract for the Phillip J. Burton Federal Building in San Francisco, California. Located at 450 Golden Gate Avenue, the $12 million, 75,000 SF tenant improvement project for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers encompasses two full floors of the Burton building. Procon will provide project management for both the design and construction phases of this two-year project. In addition to initial design constructability reviews, Procon will provide project management and inspection services for demolition, new construction, retrofitting sprinkler and fire alarm systems, retrofitting existing electrical distribution systems, realigning office and support spaces for tenant improvement, and managing the tenant move.
The Burton Federal Building and United States Courthouse is located in the Civic Center area of San Francisco and is the largest federal building in the San Francisco metropolitan area. Constructed in 1964, the building consists of 22 stories above ground with two underground levels of parking. Situated on 2.6 acres of land, the building has approximately 1,244,600 rentable square feet with 236 underground parking spaces.
This is Procon’s first contract in GSA Region 9
The General Services Administration (GSA) Region 8 has awarded Procon Consulting a contract to provide construction management services for a 2-year, $11 million consolidation project at the Denver Federal Center. Procon will provide construction management and space planning services for the office space consolidation for the Bureau of Reclamation in Building 67 on the Denver Federal Center campus in Lakewood, Colorado.
Built in 1967, Building 67 houses approximately 1,200 Bureau of Reclamation personnel. The consolidation project will reduce the Bureau’s footprint by 36% from 275,000 SF to 175,000 SF with a utilization rate of 165 SF per person. The building will remain occupied and operation during construction.
In addition to providing full project management services during design and construction, Procon will provide tenant occupancy services including space planning and move management.
This is Procon’s first project for GSA in Region 8.
Procon was one of three firms awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide construction management services to the Architect of the Capitol (AOC). The base plus four-year construction management contracts are for construction projects on the U.S. Capitol Campus, at the AOC’s Fort Meade facility in Maryland, and at the Blue Plains Complex in southeast Washington, DC. Construction management services required will include project management, inspection, scheduling, claims analysis and defense, quality control and assurance, testing, change order management and other CM tasks. Procon was the sole small business awarded a contract under this solicitation.
Procon provides similar IDIQ construction management services and repairs and alterations construction management for the Department of Homeland Security at its Nebraska Avenue Complex, for the Department of State Repairs and Alteration program, and for the National Institute of Standards and Technology at its Gaithersburg, Maryland campus.
Procon has been hired by the U.S. House of Representatives to provide office space planning for the transition to the 115th session of Congress. Procon is assisting with the overall project planning efforts including office design, modular furniture layouts, office renovations, project development and updating schedules for the upcoming transition. Procon is responsible for maintaining communications with a variety of stakeholders and customers in the House ensuring the complete satisfaction on all aspects of the project.
Procon also provides ongoing support to the U.S. House of Representatives with space and furniture planning for over 250 office suites within its jurisdiction in House Office Buildings as well as the U.S. Capitol Building, and provides construction management to the U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms for its state office security program.