FBI CRC wins two major DBIA awards

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Central Records Complex (CRC) project in Winchester, Virginia, is the recent winner of the 2020 Design-Build Institute of America Mid-Atlantic Region (DBIA-MAR) Award.

Design-build is a collaborative method of project delivery in which the “owner” (the government) awards a single contract for both the designer and contractor work together with the government owner from the beginning of the project. DBIA-MAR recognizes Design-Build Done Right™ resulting in largely successful design-build projects achieving the best value, all while meeting design and construction quality, cost and schedule goals.

The Design-Build Institute of America honors award recipients as the best in design-build in the Mid-Atlantic Region and DBIA-MAR winning projects are also eligible to win more awards with a multi-level awards program.

As part of the multi-level awards program FBI CRC is also the recipient of the DBIA-MAR Excellence in Design Award.

The 253,000 square foot facility reached substantial completion in January 2020.


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Last Reviewed: 2020-07-08