FBI Records Complex construction pushes forward
The FBI Central Records Complex, currently under construction, is set to open this spring. The Central Records Complex at 57 Millwood Pike in Frederick County will streamline the FBI’s worldwide records management by consolidating records from 265 locations into a single facility. The roughly 256,000-square-foot facility will employ as many as 450 people.
Clark Construction is building the secure, state-of-the-art space that will enable the storage, retrieval and management of mission-critical FBI assets. The space will house an automated records storage and retrieval system building, visitor screening center as well as operation support and secure service areas. All aspects of the facility will be capable of operating 24/7. In addition to meeting National Archives and Records Administration standards, the project also will meet the GSA’s rigorous Design Excellence Program requirements. The project is designed to achieve LEED® Gold certification and Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES) Silver certification.
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