Rife was selected by the General Services Administration (GSA) to complete an office build-out expansion project for the Civilian Board Court of Appeals (CBCA) at 1800 M Street, Washington, D.C.
The new units were slated to serve as additional office spaces for CBCA’s judges and executive staff. The project involved taking existing offices, designing the layout, and expanding the units into four individual offices, while preserving the existing décor, layout of the space, existing fixtures, and hardware. Our team managed this project from design to construction and through the closeout.
Due to the security requirements and the sensitivity of the space, Rife ensured that the coordination of materials, equipment and manpower were seamless and organized. Rife achieved this by running a production schedule that completed several milestone items at a time.
“Rife International went above and beyond the call of duty to make this project a total success for us and the end user.” GSA’s project manager continued to state, “We are very satisfied with the quality of work performed and professionalism displayed by Rife.”
About The Civilian Board Court of Appeals (CBCA)
The Civilian Board court of Appeals (CBCA) is an independent tribunal housed within the General Services Administration. The CBCA presides over various disputes involving federal executive branch agencies. Its primary responsibility is to resolve contract disputes between government contractors and agencies under the Contracts Disputes Act.