ROCKVILLE, MD—Forrester Construction of Rockville, Md., recently announced several new projects. The company has been selected as the general contractor for EnviroCenter Phase II in Jessup, Md. The project consists of site redevelopment of the existing EnviroCenter site, construction of a new class A professional office space addition, and atrium and rooftop space to be used for food production. The architect is Phase2 Architecture, a division of ASG Integrative Design + Development in Jessup. Construction is scheduled to begin this fall and last approximately 10 months.

In July, the company started Phase 1 of a roof replacement project that is part of the Supreme Court Modernization Program in Washington, D.C. The 11,000-sq-ft project will involve asbestos abatement and demolition of the existing roof system and metal flashing coated with lead paint.

The company is currently building the Fort McHenry National Education and Administration Center in Baltimore, Md. The $6 million project involves a new 17,000-sq-ft education and administration center, which will include exhibits, classroom, auditorium, consolidated staff offices, bookstore, library, conference rooms, multipurpose rooms, partner group office space, and accessible restroom facilities. The building was designed by GWWO, Inc./Architects of Baltimore, Md., to achieve at least LEED Silver rating. Construction began in May and is scheduled to finish in July 2010.