Repair and Alteration of William J. Holloway Jr. United States Courthouse and the United States Post Office/Courthouse
Pond, in a joint venture, is designing repairs and alterations for two significant federal historic buildings, the William J. Holloway Jr. United States Courthouse and the United States Post Office/Courthouse in downtown Oklahoma City, as appointed by the General Services Administration (GSA). Valued at $120 million, the project unfolded in two distinct phases presented to GSA as independent packages. Pond’s comprehensive services have included the historic rehabilitation design of both interior and exterior elements, comprehensive upgrades to mechanical systems, and replacement of plumbing fixtures and risers. Life safety requirements are also being upgraded. To gain a thorough understanding of the project's scope and modern code requirements, Pond conducted an extensive investigation involving multiple disciplines, including electrical, mechanical, architectural, interior design, historical preservation, fire protection, building envelope, and lighting design. The findings informed the development of two individual construction design drawing sets to GSA, which are being updated throughout design. Regular communication, facilitated through weekly meetings with key stakeholders from GSA and the design team, ensures alignment with project schedules and adherence to GSA expectations. 
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General Services Administration
LOCATION
Oklahoma City, OK
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