Gaylord Resort & Hotel Oxon Hill

Washington, DC

Client Information

Gaylord Resort & Hotel

Oxon Hill, Maryland

Project Budget

$717 Million

Building Size

2M sf convention center

The Gaylord was a Greenfield project, consisting of a new 16 story, 2,000 key hotel with a highly themed 2.5 acre interior atrium, looking out over the Potomac River, just South of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, in Oxon Hill, Maryland, USA. There is a 2,000,000 square foot dedicated convention center to the East side of the Hotel with 90 foot bays, all contained on a 42 acre project site at a $717M final GMP. There is a dedicated 250 car parking garage and a self-sufficient, standalone Power Center for the site to generate 100% of its own power when needed. Project was completed Spring of 2007. The project was a CMAR contract, with Gensler for the Design Team, and Perini Building Company-East for leading the CMAR exercise.
Services Provided:

  • All on-site Project Management & Construction Management Services
  • Management of the entire “Management of Change process”, as client
    added to scope of Work on their way to the final FID point
  • Management of all Quality (QC and QA), Safety, and Schedule issues. All
    field inspectors and Project Engineers/Construction Managers
  • Participated in the “Pervasive Computing” Web-Based, Prolog
    E-Collaboration, PM tools system
  • Responsible both VE and Q4 Exercises
  • Troy was the Senior Project Manager on the Project site with two other
    project managers reporting to him (one for Hotel and one for CC)


Don Ghent
2020 K Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20006


Perini Building Company
73 Mt. Wayte Avenue
Framingham, MA 01701