1100 First Street
Location: Washington, D.C.
Client: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
JMT provided services, including planning, construction management, LEED® Enhanced Commissioning, and LEED® technical support, that helped this project achieve LEED® Silver Certification.
JMT provided planning, construction management, LEED® Enhanced Commissioning, and LEED® technical support services for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission office expansion in Northeast Washington DC. The office, located two blocks north of FERC headquarters, was approximately 26,000 sf and occupied one floor of a new 12-story office building. JMT's project manager was responsible for overseeing the LEED® planning and project management for the expansion and worked closely with the client's Contracting Officer's Technical Representative to develop the agency's project requirements. JMT also worked with FERC staff to develop a schematic floor plan, sustainability requirements and a special requirements narrative. This early planning allowed the General Services Administration (GSA) to expedite the project schedule once the design team was selected. JMT also performed design document reviews, budgeting, scheduling, furniture planning, and developed the project's LEED® Enhanced Commissioning requirements.
Following construction, JMT's project manager worked closely with the FERC logistics staff to execute the LEED® furniture installation and to coordinate the relocation of 115 full time employees to the new facility. After occupancy JMT continued to manage the LEED® commissioning process, which included monitoring the operation of the office and providing recommendations related to occupant comfort and energy efficiency.
JMT's commissioning services contributed 5 LEED® points and was integral to the eventual LEED® Silver certification of the project under the LEED® 2009 rating system for Commercial Interiors.
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