King Hall Restoration – US Naval Academy
This 60,000 SF project involved the historic renovation of King Hall at the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) in Annapolis, Maryland. King Hall was originally constructed in 1937, with the last major renovation taking place in 1953. King Hall is primarily used as a dining facility, serving three meals each day to over 4,300 midshipmen. This project was a major renovation, with only the exterior building shell remaining in place during the project. The facility received major utility systems and fixture upgrades to accommodate the new space. New interior finishes included solid cherry wood columns, granite panels/sills, doors, windows, epoxy and terrazzo flooring.
- ABC Metro Washington Excellence in Construction Award
- ABC National Excellence in Construction Award
- Washington Building Congress Craftsmanship Award – Star Award Winner
- Mid-Atlantic Construction Award
- Department of the Navy – Safety Contractor of the Year Award
- Naval Facilities Engineering Command Design Award