Without a major renovation, it was determined that the building infrastructure would soon be unreliable and unable to effectively support the headquarters of our nation’s military. It has finally reached a point where major building systems have deteriorated to such an extent that repairs are no longer effective and entire systems need replacing.
While it goes without saying that a major overhaul of the Pentagon is not your average, everyday undertaking, there are other factors that have made this project unique. We’ll cover some of those aspects in this first half of the two-part series. For example, how do you take an old system offline and bring a new system on without disrupting the 23,000 people who work there?