Fort Lee Lodge

Fort Lee, VA

As the panelized structural framing system subcontractor, Purcell Construction was tasked with manufacturing and erecting the panels for this seven-story building in under 12 months. This building totaled over 500,000 square feet and includes 1,000 hotel rooms. A portion of our scope included the erection of a safety railing for use by Purcell’s workers and others on the job site. The entire project totaled $88 million in construction cost. The facility received a LEED Silver rating from the USGBC and provides accommodations for the soldiers and their families as they transition to and from Fort Lee, VA.

Contract Value

$8,950,585 (PCC Scope)

Type of Contract:

Panelized Structural Framing Subcontract

Architect:

Michael Baker Jr., Inc.

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