Hill International, a construction risk manager, announced it was selected to provide owner authorized representative services for multiple facilities for The Aerospace Corporation. Aerospace is a national nonprofit corporation that operates a federally funded research and development center that supports military, civil and commercial programs across the space enterprise.
Hill will participate in Aerospace's projects during project planning, design, construction, commissioning, move-in, and closeout for Aerospace's campuses in Colorado Springs, Colo., and Chantilly, Va. Work at both campuses will occur while adjacent facilities remain operational. The projects support Aerospace's work in providing technical analyses and assessments for a variety of government, civil, and commercial customers.
In Colorado Springs, the existing building's first floor will be renovated, while a new, 80,000-sq.-ft. building will be designed and built..
In Chantilly, a new, 10-story, 264,000-sq.-ft. South Tower is being designed and built. The facility will include office space and light duty/computational laboratories. In addition, the existing parking campus garage will have a three-story, above-grade addition built over the current three levels below grade to provide more than 400 additional parking stalls.
"As a new client, there is nothing more gratifying than being selected by Aerospace to help deliver these two facilities," said John Skoury, PE, Hill senior vice president and deputy regional manager. "In both Colorado and Virginia, the Aerospace Corporation is entrusting Hill to provide on-time, on-budget, and high-quality services for two major initiatives, and we are excited to get those projects under way."
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