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Contract Connections: Military Construction - Grunley

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11/18/2013 …

11/18/2013
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  • 1. Contract Connections: Federal & Military Construction Joel P. Zingeser, FAIA Vice President of Planning and Business Development
  • 2. QUICK FACTS ABOUT GRUNLEY  General contractor founded in 1955  300+ Employees  $325 Million Annual Revenues (2012)  Bonding capacity of $1 billion aggregate  Commercial, institutional and government builders 2
  • 3. GRUNLEY’S MARKET SECTORS  Commercial / Office  Education / Campus  Embassy  Industrial / Manufacturing  Life Sciences / Healthcare  Military / Government  Mission Critical / Data Center  Museum / Monument  Religious / Cultural  Residential / Hotel  Transportation 3
  • 4. CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES December 2013 National Gallery of Art – Work Area 9.1 and East Building Expansion Estimated Value: Due Date: $60M 12/4/2013 Originally constructed in 1971, the National Gallery of Art is undertaking a major renovation project in continuation of the Master Facilities Plan that calls for restoration, refurbishment and in some cases replacement of major building systems and components. 4
  • 5. CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES December 2013 Smithsonian Institution – HVAC Renovations SE Building Ground Floor & Mezzanine at the National Museum of Natural History Estimated Value: Due Date: $20M 12/5/2013 Firm-Fixed Price, Multi-Year Construction Contract 5
  • 6. CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES December 2013 Smithsonian Institution – Renwick Gallery Renovation Estimated Value: Due Date: $25M 12/6/2013 Major renewal of building systems to ensure preservation of historic structure and provide efficient, safe and sustainable building conditions and operations. 6
  • 7. TEAM WITH GRUNLEY • Complete our online pre-qualification form at: https://crm.grunley.info/subs • Retain contact with the estimating team • Help us win the job – submit pricing on bid day • Discuss potential contracting opportunities with our Small Business Compliance Manager - Carrie Lieberman carrielieberman@grunley.com 7