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GSA recently completed the first of a three-phase project to restore the courtyard plaza at the Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse in Alexandria, Virginia.
Repairs to the Bryan plaza are addressing water and root infiltration, as well as expansion joint deterioration. The first phase repaired the upper, southwestern portion of the courtyard, pergola, eastern arcade area, and the entire expansion joint. Subsequent phases will address the rest of the courtyard, tree planters, ramps and stairs, and upgrade the surrounding trench drains.
“The first phase of the plaza project has provided a number of improvements, and we’re looking forward to the additional improvements the coming phases will provide,” says Ron Lilley, Space & Facilities Specialist for the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia. “Not only does the upper plaza look fresher overall, but you can also see a lot of detailed spots that are repaired and looking much healthier.”
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