Commercial Buildings / McCormack Post Office & Courthouse

  • McCormack Courthouse 1

Contract Description

The scope of this project includes the renovation and restoration of this historic 22-story building that was originally constructed in 1931. This 780,000 SF steel building with granite and limestone facade is being converted from its former use as a federal court into modern offices that will serve as the regional headquarters for the EPA. The scope of renovations include demolition and removal of lead, asbestos, and PCB’s, as well as replacement of the original windows, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and life safety systems with new systems. Also included is the restoration of 5 historical courtrooms, the library, corridors, and stairwells with fixtures.

  • General Contractor: Suffolk Construction Co.
  • Contract Value: $110,000,000 (Approximate)
  • Notice to Proceed: October 2006
  • Contract Completion: April 2009
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