Our Tenant Improvement Projects
Below find some of our Tenant Improvement projects. Click the link to read a little more about each project to learn how Theobald + Bufano and Associates helped make each project a success. Also enjoy some photos from throughout the duration of construction.
We have helped many designers and owners achieve their goals over the years through our collaborative and holistic approach to structural engineering.
National Geographic Society Building Upgrades
This job included multiple phases of work to upgrade the building interior including structural steel framing for new stadium seating, new HVAC equipment on the roof and modifications to the concrete floor slabs.
2020 K Street Tenant Improvements
Through multiple expansion and improvements, our office has provided structural design for two monumental stairs, slab reinforcing and facade improvements for a major architectural firm's Washington DC office.
O'Melveny & Myers - Tenant Improvements
This project included infill of existing slab openings, installing two new interconnecting stairs, and a new monumental stair to the roof terrace. This work required reinforcing of multiple levels of slabs, including carbon fiber reinforcing, steel shear collars and steel beams below the slab.
1825 and 1875 Eye Street Tenant Renovation - Washington, DC
Major renovation of an entire building with new multi-floor stairs added along with the removal of several columns and a new roof section.
Patent and Trademark Office Stair - Alexandria, VA
This project included a two-story egress stair added to the Madison East Building at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. This Project represents the first use of CFRP in the City of Alexandria.
Wilke Farr Stair - Washington, DC
This project involved the installation of a multi-level stair into an existing building with a high level of coordination required to suit finishes and existing conditions.
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher Stair - Washington, DC
This stair was installed as a feature stair in the tenant lobby. This involved the removal of internal structure to provide the two-story lobby space.