FBI Selects Dewberry to Provide AEP Services

By CN Staff

FAIRFAX, Va. — The Department of Justice’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has awarded a five-year contract for architectural, engineering and planning (AEP) services to Dewberry, primarily for the National Capital Region. Dewberry is a privately held professional services firm headquartered in Fairfax, with more than 50 locations across the U.S.

The services to be provided may include the following:

  • program development and consultation
  • schematic and concept design
  • preparation of design-build request for proposal documents
  • preparation of geotechnical investigations
  • design development
  • construction documents
  • preparation of construction cost estimates
  • construction phase support
  • third-party commissioning
  • construction management services
  • claims assistance
  • on-site support services
  • technical, environmental and facility condition assessments

Molly Johnson, director of communications at Dewberry, states their contract with the FBI was finalized on March 1, 2019.

“Our firm has supported the FBI at various sites in the past. Approximately 17 percent of Dewberry’s 2018 architectural project portfolio was corrections related.”

Adds Dewberry Vice President Joseph Wells says, “We’re thrilled to provide these critical AEP services to the FBI. The FBI provides services that are imperative to the safety and well-being of our country, and we’re honored to support them in this effort.”