GPI designed the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems for the 85,000 sq ft Gate Group office. Winning the 2012 NAIOP Northern Virginia Award of Excellence for Best Interiors, Tenant Space 50,000 SF and Above; and the 2013 IIDA Silver Premiere Design Award for Commercial between 20,000 and 100,000 SF More »
Study, design and deployment of a Transit System Priority (TSP) system on approximately two miles of multiple roadways, incorporating 34 intersections as part of the 1st and 2nd Avenue Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project. More »
As part of a joint venture team, GPI served as the lead firm overseeing the design and construction of the 2013 ACEC award winning North Bank Bridge and Park project. More »
GPI provided MEP design and construction administration for upgrades including new boilers, boiler auxiliary components, fuel delivery system capacities, heating distribution system components and controls and electrical requirements for public high school. More »
GPI’s environmental sciences services focus on natural resource issues important to local governments, water suppliers, land managers, and permitting agencies. GPI environmental scientists can assist with the monitoring, mapping, management, and protection of their ecological and hydrological resources. More »
Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI) is pleased to name Ralph Csogi, PE as the new President/CEO.
Mr. Csogi has been with GPI for 30 years and is the key player in the growth of the construction and inspection division of the firm. “I am confident that Ralph’s winning executive management skills, his high level of expertise in engineering and construction management, along with his outstanding reputation in our industry will help keep the firm on track for continued growth and innovation” says Steve Greenman. See the full Press Release
GPI Rockville is proud to be on three winning teams for the 2014 IIDA Premiere Awards.
The IIDA Premiere Award honors and celebrates outstanding originality and excellence in Interior Design/ Interior Architecture projects internationally. The Rockville Maryland Branch was on the winning team for the Gold and Pinnacle Award for Nuclear Energy Institute along with a Bronze for Spectrum’s design and another Bronze Award for The Motley Fool’s design. See the full announcement.