Department of Homeland Security Headquarters

Nebraska Avenue Complex

CINNOVAS has providing its clients with at-risk general contracting services for more than 100 years. Our clients rely on us because we are responsive, provide outstanding service, and staff each project with a dedicated team that works in concert with owners, architects,subcontractors, and engineers.
Project description:
CINNOVAS provides a full range of general contracting services, beginning to end: from the early planning and design stages through construction, project completion, and closeout. Our employees are highly skilled and use proven management systems and procedures to monitor project progress and ensure that project goals are met. Our general contracting services include: Cost monitoring and control; Schedule development and control; Subcontractor management; Field engineering and site management; Safety assurance; Project accounting; Change management; Shop drawings and material submittal review and Quality control. DHS-Nebraska Avenue Complex master plan provides guidance for the development of a secure 37-acre campus for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). It creates a framework for a total development of 1.22 million gross square feet to accommodate 4,200 seats. The campus is a historic site with prior uses by the Mount Vernon Seminary School for Girls starting in 1916, the U.S. Navy starting in 1943 and by DHS starting in 2003. The master plan responds to unique site conditions such as Ward Circle by contributing a signature building on this important intersection. The plan is intended to be flexible and envisions administrative office space with supporting shared uses such as physical fitness, cafeteria, child care, conference and training facilities. The development renovates existing buildings that contribute to the historic site. In an effort to make this a primarily pedestrian campus, limited parking will be provided within the level V security limits while a new parking garage will be built on the outskirts of the campus. The new program includes: new offices, child care, cafeteria, physical fitness facilities, conference areas and parking garage.
Project highlights

Square Footage: 600,000 Construction Cost: $800,000


Facility Management


Myles Clark