601 New Jersey Avenue NW Office Building Washington, DC Building Features : Structural: ● Nine stories 256,000 sq. ft. ● 8 foot 6 inch ceilings ● Eighth floor Terrace. ● Three levels of underground parking, 202 spaces. ● V irtually column free office space.
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● Nine stories 256,000 sq. ft.
● 8 foot 6 inch ceilings
● Eighth floor Terrace.
● Three levels of underground parking, 202 spaces.
●Virtually column free office space.
● Brick and masonry façade.
● Elevators located in the building core.
● Steel construction on the top nine floors.
● Concrete sub-grade parking garage.
● Square and rectangular footings.
● Strap beam connections between footings.
● 3.25” light weight concrete slab.
● 3” – 20 gage steel deck and composite beams.
● Lateral stability provided by diagonally
●Owner: Lowe Enterprises
●Primary Occupant: Federal Trade Commission
●Architect: Hickok Warner Fox
●Structural Engineers: Structural Design Group
●Mechanical/Electrical Engineers: Girard
●Civil Engineers: Delon Hampton Associates
●Exterior/Lobby Lighting: Moran Conventry
●Contractor: James G. Davis Construction Corp.
● Two Panels Boards: 400 Amperes 460/265
Volts 3 Phase 4w.
● Overcurrent protective devices.
● Oil powered Emergency Generator: 400 KW
480/277 Volts 3 Phase 4w.
● Telecom rooms.
● Occupancy censors.
● Fluorescent strip lights on garage levels.
● 6 inch recessed compact fluorescent down
● Metal halide lamps on roof & loading dock.
● 2’x2’ or 2’x4’ louvered fluorescent troffers
● Building occupies two lots.
● Site area: 30,966 square feet.
● Site has a unique shape with diagonal sides.
● Set back limits on three sides of the site.
● Substantial ground water at 13-29 feet below
the surface grade.
● Easy access to DC metro and I-395.
● Garage intake and exhaust fans.
● Surface mounted wall heaters.
● Two cooling towers. Six pumps and a heat
● Two self contained units on each floor
equipped with a condenser and economizer.
● Two 120 gallon water heaters.
● Two sump pumps and a sewage ejector.
● Stair pressurization smoke detectors.
● HVAC shut off smoke detectors in ductwork.
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