Herndon, VA, April 17, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- AFG Group. Inc., a leading construction program management and relocation services firm, was recently awarded a 5-year contract to provide Construction Management support services to support GSA in implementing the 1.375 MSF Phase II portion of the US Department of Homeland Security's Consolidation to St. Elizabeths’ Campus in Washington, DC.
AFG Group, with subcontractor Parsons and AFG Protégé firm VYD and Associates, will begin work immediately managing the $139M, 265,000 SF renovation for a new DHS headquarters. When funding becomes available, additional projects will include: a 375,000 SF Operation Center, a 759,000 SF FEMA Headquarters, and parking structure & infrastructure renovation projects. If all options are funded, these additional projects could result in over $15M in fees to the AFG Team. AFG’s Director of Programs/Construction Management Services, Paul Szmurlo, PE, will be the Firm’s Contract Executive overseeing the contract from predesign through post construction. Mr. Szmurlo will work with Andrew Shipman, CCM, LEED-AP, AFG’s Senior Project Manager/Director who will supervise the day-to-day on-site work.
Currently, the DHS headquarters consolidation is the largest federal project since construction of the Pentagon. All construction program phases are estimated to be from US$3 Billion to US$4 Billion. “This will be the largest project in AFG’s portfolio. We welcome the opportunity to increase our capacity in providing our full range of construction management capabilities,” said Cheryl O’Connor, AFG’s CEO.
About AFG Group, Inc.
AFG Group, Inc. is a woman-owned firm focused on multi-disciplined program, construction, and relocation management, with a national portfolio of work in healthcare, laboratories, courthouses, educational facilities, and government buildings. With 25 years of business acumen, AFG has earned a reputation for providing strong expertise, responsiveness, and project execution that helps owners navigate through complex design, procurement, construction, and activation processes. For additional information, visit www.afgcm.com.