KPH renovates high-tech offices for the HHS Inspector General
KPH is nearing the completion of the 4th floor suite renovation for the Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General to allow for an on-time tenant move in later this month. The former courtroom as been transformed into a sleek and secure new office space. As part of the renovation, KPH managed all elements of high security, including perimeter walls outfitted with a heavy-duty wire security mesh, installation of bullet-resistant and sound-proof doors, construction of wire mesh partitions for secure storage, and installation of an intricate intrusion detection and access control security system.
Along with all of the security components, the space has also received a fresh new look with new partition walls, acoustical ceilings, new flooring, and modern break room. KPH powered through the government shutdown during this project and kept the schedule on track. Proper planning and communication with the architect minimized the effects of the shutdown. KPH is in the final stages of finishes and mechanical installation, and the space is prepared for the installation of all the workstations and furniture.