DCHA Judiciary House Balcony Repairs

10 stories, 271 units, 225 balconies
Type of contract
Fixed Price
Washington, DC
Completion date
August 2021
Construction value

While repairing the Judiciary House Garage, TMG brought to DC Housing Authority’s (DCHA) attention the damaged and spalling conditions of the concrete balconies in the building. DCHA recognized that this was a safety concern and asked TMG to put together a scope of work and proposal.

This $2.9 million project includes: surveying the existing balcony conditions; developing permit drawings to repair the concrete spalling, corroding railing and leaning precast panels for 255 balconies; removing soft concrete and providing partial and full depth concrete replacements; repairing and resetting leaning precast balcony panels; replacing all balcony aluminum railing and posts; and preparing the concrete surface and applying deck coating for the tops and bottoms of the balconies.

Judiciary House is a 10-story high-rise building constructed in 1966.

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