Eisenhower Executive Office Building
As the world changes and sustainability and security become daily concerns, our buildings need to adequately address those needs. This is especially true in Washington DC, where the some of our nation’s most culturally-significant buildings house our nation’s most important government operations.
The Eisenhower Executive Office Building is home to over 1,500 employees with the Executive Offices of the President, the Office of the Vice President, the Department of the Treasury, and the Department of Defense. Built in 1871, the building is considered one of the finest surviving examples of the Second Empire style in America. As stunning as the Eisenhower Executive Office Building is, its functionality suffered due its antiquated building systems.
Our team was responsible for modernizing the historic building by delicately replacing the HVAC, electrical power, security data, and communications systems with minimal impact on the integrity of the original structure. In a quintessential example of our historic preservation knowledge, we helped safeguard the Eisenhower Executive Office Building by improving the quality and safety of this important office building located next door to the White House.