Design Highlights

  • LEED Gold accredited
  • Complete renovation of 3 floors of shell space into general offices, conference rooms, pantries, examination rooms, toilet rooms, and divided training rooms
  • Partial renovation of a shell space on the 1st Floor into a main reception area, examination rooms, and a small conference room





Fanelli McClain/Rand Construction

Construction Cost

47,000 Sq. Ft.


Services Provided

  • Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing Engineering
  • Value Engineering Support
  • Construction Phase Support
  • LEED Design and Documentation

Dept. of Behavioral Health Renovation

DTZ contracted Williams Notaro and Fanelli McClain as the MEP and architectural designers for a series of renovation projects in their 64 New York Avenue facility in Washington, D.C.  One of these designs consisted of the build out of shell space on the 2nd and 3rd Floors for the Dept. of Behavioral Health.  This interior renovation project also included alterations to portions of the 1st Floor and basement for ARC, another tenant in the building.  All of these spaces achieved LEED Gold certification.

The new offices for these tenants consist of a variety of different space types, including typical offices, pantries, restrooms, conference rooms, and patient examination rooms.  The DBH space features a double-divided training center, which uses adjustable partitions to create up to three individual spaces.  Despite the diversity of the space types, our thorough survey of the existing HVAC system on site determined there was adequate capacity to accommodate the renovations without additional roof mounted equipment for supplemental cooling.

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