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GSA Opens Bidding For State Dept Building Renovation Project

Department of the statesThe General Services Administration has opened the bidding for a potential $6 million contract to perform construction services at the State Department‘s Columbia Plaza office building in Washington, D.C., the Washington Business Journal reported Wednesday.

Daniel Sernovitz writes the GSA acquired the 511,000-square-foot building in 2012 after leasing it for State Department use for two decades.

The GSA seeks contractors to renovate four floors that will soon be occupied by the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs.

Interested parties can submit their bids until May 7.

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