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Building Design and Construction

EOB and Judicial Center Traffic Circle

Picture of the 2nd District Police Station Building

Funding/Expenditure Schedule: APPROVED

Project Team

Engineer

Smislova, Kehnemui & Associates, PA
12505 Park Potomac Ave.,
Suite 200
Potomac, MD 20854

Contractor

Concrete Protection & Restoration, Inc.
2811 Lord Baltimore Drive
Baltimore, MD 21244

Montgomery County Government
Department of General Services
Project Manager
Randall Hawkins
240-777-6099
Section Chief
Rassa Davoodpour
240-777-6002

Night Work

If you have questions or concerns during the evening operations, please contact Ray Steinmetz, Montgomery County Construction Representative, at (240) 672-5389.

For questions or concerns during the day please contact Randall Hawkins, Montgomery County Representative at (240) 777-6099.

Current Phase: Under Construction

Project Status and Schedule:

Construction Start 5/1/2015
Construction Complete 10/26/2016

The Traffic Circle Renovation Progress

Construction Is Complete

The Executive Office Building Traffic circle has re-opened to pedestrian and vehicular traffic.

Picture of the 2nd District Police Station Building

Completed Overhead View

Picture of the 2nd District Police Station Building

View looking towards Montgomery County Circuit Court

Picture of the 2nd District Police Station Building

View along Monroe Street

Picture of the 2nd District Police Station Building

View of new planters

Executive Office Building Traffic Circle Rehabilitation and Improvement Work.

The Executive Office Building Traffic Circle (EOBTC) at 101 Monroe St., Rockville was closed to vehicular traffic from May 1 until October 26, 2016 while the area’s surface and support structure are demolished, reinforced and reconstructed. The EOBTC required immediate repairs due to continual deterioration which was causing water to penetrate the loading dock below the EOBTC that services the EOB, Circuit Court, and surrounding shops. 

The eight-phase project included selected demolition, removal of plaza surfacing, structural road deck concrete patching, asphalt topping, new waterproofing and new expansion joints. The project included replacing all of the landscaping and addressing Americans with Disabilities Act-compliance issues.

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