Various US Government Agencies


Cost Benefit Analysis, various locations nationwide

Performed numerous costs analyses to determine the most financially feasible occupancy alternative comparing status quo / do nothing scenario with renovating, leasing or building elsewhere.  For the Department of State’s National Foreign Affairs Training Center in Arlington, Virginia, DoS identified a need to expand the capabilities of the federally-owned 72-acre campus.  In order to accommodate this expansion, DoS contemplated constructing additional classroom space.  Bolan Smart prepared a 30-year cost benefit analysis to contrast preliminary order of magnitude comparative costs between possible occupancy scenarios.

Other clients include:

  • Veterans Administration Headquarter Building, Washington, DC;
  • Department of Commerce Headquarter Building, Washington, DC;
  • Library of Congress Logistics Warehouse Facility, Prince George’s County, Maryland;
  • Prettyman Courthouse, Washington, DC;
  • Strom Thurman Federal Center, Columbia, South Carolina;
  • Environmental Protection Agency regional field campuses;
  • Architect of the Capitol, Washington, DC;
  • National Institute of Health for Building 31 on its main campus and for National Institute Health / National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Disease, both in Bethesda, Maryland; and
  • Navy’s Potomac Annex, Washington, DC.