Pensacola City Hall

Project Cost: $6,215,312
Completion: June 2006
Size of Project: 93,500 sf
Delivery Method: CM at Risk

The City of Pensacola City Hall was severely damaged during Hurricane Ivan. As a result of roofing failures during the storm, most of the building was inundated with rain water. Greenhut was engaged to make the building watertight on an emergency basis and subsequently was selected to be the Construction Manager on the $7.5 million program to recondition the building space. The work included a new roof, new elevators, reinforcing the exterior wall, a new Central Energy Plant, new interior mechanical/electrical systems, and new interior finishes. Greenhut worked extensively with the City, the City’s insurance company, and FEMA for a period of months to achieve an equitable adjustment for the cost for which FEMA would be responsible.

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