Project Update

Video: November Building Progress

By November 21, 2017 No Comments

By Janice Lachance, AGU’s Chief Operating Officer

It is our pleasure to share with you some of the progress being made on AGU Headquarters’ renovation. As you may know, demolition on the building began in April and we’re now seven months into construction.

Photo of the corner plaza of AGU's building renovation with construction netting and signs.

A recent photo of the building exterior.

Watch our video showcasing the changes to the building this year and our vision for the future. As construction continues, we’re looking forward to the installation of many key building design features coming this winter and next spring. These systems will be vital to reaching out net zero energy goals. We’ll keep you updated with pictures and videos throughout the progress and share lessons learned. From the energy-saving, electronically tinting SageGlass, to the installation of our solar photovoltaic array and the first municipal sewer heat exchange to be used in the United States, there is much more progress to be completed.

As always, we hope to remain a good neighbor throughout all the changes, if you have questions or concerns during construction, please reach out to us at [email protected] For emergency concerns regarding the site, please contact:

  • Jim Herdman, Skanska superintendent, at [email protected] or 240-393-1928;
  • Brian Mukolwe, Skanska project manager, at 301-651-7370; or please dial 301-795-3100.