Projects - International Monetary Fund

Washington, DC


International Monetary Fund


Grunley Construction Company, Inc.


Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Project Description

Renovation project focused on system infrastructure improvements for the existing 13-story International Monetary Fund (IMF) Headquarters. The building was originally constructed in phases between 1973 and 1998. Renovation improvements were designed to provide a more modern facility, aimed at saving potentially $2M - $2.5M in energy efficiency annually, and achieving the LEED Gold standard for New Construction and the LEED Platinum standard for Operations and Maintenance. The first phase of construction (2013 - 2016) included the second floor, atrium, and lower levels of the structure, with construction performed while the facility maintained full occupancy and operation.


An entire kitchen package including: millwork, exhaust hoods, walk-ins and refrigeration systems, all associated cooking and preparation equipment. Complete installation of equipment including: refrigeration piping, stainless steel welding, fire protection, millwork counters and stone tops. Coordination of all electrical and mechanical systems integrated with associated equipment.

Completion Date

September, 2016