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Projects

Dulles Metrorail Extension- Silver Line Phase 1

The Dulles Metrorail Extension will be a new 23-mile Metrorail line, extending service from the existing Orange Line at the East Falls Church station in Fairfax County, Virginia, to Route 772/Ryan Road in Loudoun County, Virginia.

The new line will serve the booming commercial hub of Tysons Corner, and the rest of the Dulles Corridor, through Reston, Herndon, Washington Dulles International Airport, and eastern Loudoun County.

Phase 1, scheduled to complete in 2014, will build the first five stations of the alignment — four in Tysons Corner and one at Wiehle Avenue in Reston.

Total project cost: $2.6 billion.
Services provided: Reprographics, document management, and document control services.

The Anacostia Waterfront Initiative (AWI)

AWI is a 30-year, $10 billion series of transportation, environmental, economic, community and recreation projects that are transforming the shores of the Anacostia River into a world-class waterfront. The AWI Program area stretches from the Tidal Basin to the city’s northeast border with Maryland. Premier has been selected as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise in partnership with the District Department of Transportation to support this important initiative.

Total project cost: $10 billion.
Services provided: Reprographics, document management, and document control services.

Dulles Automatic People Mover (APM), Dulles International Airport

Construction of the APM allows rapid passenger transportation from the Main Terminal to APM stations located at the airport’s midfield concourses. Total project cost: $1.5 billion.

Services provided: Reprographics, document management, and document control services.

Metro extension to Largo and New York Avenue

New York Avenue is an “in-fill” station on the Red Line. This was the first station to be built in the middle of an existing line on the Washington Metrorail system. Total project cost: $75 million. Extension to Largo is a 3.1 mile heavy rail (surface, below- and above-grade segments) extension of the Washington Metrorail Blue Line extending from the Addison Road Station to Largo Town Center in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

Total project cost: $397 million.
Services provided: Reprographics, document management, and document control services.

I-495/I-395/I-95 Virginia Department of Transportation Springfield Interchange Improvement

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) rebuilt the interchange making it safer for commuters and long-distance travelers. The improvement project was a massive undertaking, requiring over a decade to complete. The project consists of building more than 50 bridges and widening I-95 to 24 lanes between the Beltway and Franconia Road.

Total project cost: $1.1 billion.
Services provided: Reprographics, document management, and document control services.

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