• Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

  • Virginia Commercial Builder - GE Micro Aire - Martin Horn

General Electric reached out to us to partner in a 20,000 square foot renovation to the Jefferson Building on the 29 North Campus. While General Electric has been a loyal repeat customer of ours, this was our first time working with CBRE’s Richmond office and Micro Aire on a large project. The project consisted of a complete gut of all systems and interior partitions on 2 stories. The demolition process was accelerated by using our own labor forces and dumpsters. As part of the renovation to a clean white shell, GE furnished state of the art LED lighting and rooftop units.

Originally, Micro Aire was going to build a new building to meet their increasing demand for office and lab space. When the 20,000 sq ft Jefferson Building became available on General Electric’s 29 North campus they opted for a cost effective flexible growth plan. Micro Aire worked with Baskervill to take a clean white box and convert it into a clean modern office space. Martin Horn coordinated with Baskervill, Creative Furniture Solutions and several AV companies to fast track renovation. The space features 2 labs, a conference room with teleconferencing, and movable wall partitions, and office with state of the art LED lighting and HVAC.

PROJECT START:  February 2014
PROJECT DURATION: 
 
14 months
CONTRACT VALUE: 
$1,400,003
CONTRACT TYPE:
Lump Sum
PROJECT MANAGER:
Dennis Harris
SUPERINTENDENT: 
Pete Schaus
ESTIMATOR:  
Dennis Harris
OWNER:
GE Intelligent Platforms
MicroAire
ARCHITECT: CBRE Baskervill