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Municipal Facility Projects

The District is committed to achieving success by delivering capital construction projects on-time and on-budget.

DGS Municipal Facility Projects

200 I Street, SE200 I Street, SE (Completed)
The new building is double LEED Platinum certified (Core Building and Interiors) and includes a ground floor public gallery showcasing the vast art collection of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.
645 H Street, NE645 H Street, NE (In Progress)
The space is being designed utilizing the District’s Design Guidelines that will allow for more efficient use of interior tenant spaces while creating a 2nd floor Service Center.
Americans with Disabilities Act RenovationsAmericans with Disabilities Act Shelter Renovations (Completed)
This project encompasses ADA compliance surveys, design, building renovation and signage at various District facilities.
The Consolidated Forensic Laboratory (CFL) is a 287,000-square-foot new building, consolidating the city’s public safety forensic science and public health efforts into a single world-class, state-of-the-art facility.
These projects include the renovation of numerous aspects of the District’s jail. They range from mechanical and electrical upgrades, security and life safety upgrades, to reconfigurations and expansions.
DGS completed a $7.5 million (Federal Stimulus Dollars) Energy Retrofit Project to reduce the energy consumption of one of the District's busiest office buildings.
Homeless Shelter RenovationsHomeless Shelters Renovations (Completed)
This project includes the renovation of numerous District shelters. Additional projects and improvements can be found on the Americans with Disabilities Act Renovations webpage.
Office of Administrative Hearings Build-OutOffice of Administrative Hearings Build-Out (Completed)
This project involved the interior renovation of 35,000 square feet of office space for the Office of Administrative Hearings.
This project involved renovating the interior space for OAG on the 5th, 6th, 10th and 11th floors of One Judiciary Square, as well as the consolidation of staff from various floors.
P.R. Harris Education CenterSchool Repurposing ProgramSchool Repurposing Program (Completed)
The large gym at PR Harris was selected to house the Fire & Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) Candidate Physical Agility Testing Center (CPAT). This facility now enables FEMS to test and train new recruits, as well as provide rehabilitation programs for employees on disability leave.
Skyland Demolition and Redevelopment Project Phase ISkyland Shopping Center - Phase I (Completed)
The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lead the efforts of the Skyland Project. The execution of the construction scope of work was managed by the Department of General Services, including Abatement, Demolition, Site Stabilization, and repair of pre-existing Skyland Shopping Center buildings.
St. Elizabeth's Gateway PavilionSt. Elizabeth East Gateway Pavilion - Phase I (Completed)
The Gateway Pavilion is an innovative, flexible, and unique structure designed to serve a wide range of interim uses and allow neighborhood residents and others to experience St Elizabeth's East before redevelopment is complete.