Office Annex, U.S. Embassy

This major embassy campus rehabilitation presents a vision for new campus architecture and landscape that enhances the Embassy’s existing iconic architecture to meet current security standards and evolving diplomatic needs. The Phase 1 project envisions a New Chancery Office Building (NOB) adjacent to Edward Durell Stone’s historic 1958 Embassy, recasts the Chancery Compound landscape as a multifunctional campus setting, and meets colocation requirements by relocating 200 at-risk desks from the off-compound American Center Building. The project also proposes phased demolition and construction of 10 new buildings including  a 20,500 m2 New Office Building (NOB), a 10,000 m2 new Office and Support Annex (SPX), Marine Residence (MSGR), 18 Staff Apartments (SDA) four Compound Access Control Buildings (CACs), a Recreational building and a Utility building.  

 

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Location:

Chanakyapuri New Delhi, India

Size:

40,164 SM

Client:

Weiss Manfredi

Owner:

U.S. Department of State, OBO

Cost:

Withheld

Services:

• Architecture
• Master Planning
• Sustainable Design
• Security
• Construction Administration
• Interior Design
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