Procon provided construction management services during the procurement, design, and construction phases for a 2 million square foot headquarters complex for the U.S. Department of Transportation.

The U.S. Department of Transportation project consisted of new construction of a 2 million-square foot cabinet-level headquarters building on an 11-acre site in the Navy Yard Annex Historic District along the Anacostia waterfront in southeast Washington, DC. The eight and nine story towers of colored precast concrete includes space for 5,000 employees, an underground concourse connecting the two towers, and a two-level, below-grade parking garage for 950 cars.

Key Responsibilities
  • Budgeting and acquisition strategy, planning, and implementation including independent estimates, scopes of work, proposal review, and contract
  • Coordinated client’s program of requirements.
  • Created, maintained and analyzed Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule and Earned Value Management (EVM) system.
  • Conducted constructibility reviews and managed submittals, RFIs and change orders.
  • Provided construction cost estimating and managed contractor invoice/payment process.
  • Oversaw quality inspections, and managed punch-list, construction contract closeout, and commissioning activities.
  • Provided technical assistance for LEED building certification.
  • Provided relocation cost, schedule and coordination related to the occupancy of 5,000 employees.