(shakes head in disguist)
Then you probably would have shot yourself in the head if you actually worked with us there.
They paid more for less than any other customer.
The specifications are a pain and result in a wiring system that is sub par to any other office space we do.
In 2001 we took an office space that looked like the 1940s and brought it up to an office building of at least the late 70s.
Some of this work was remodeling an operational IRS service center. Primarily people that answer phone calls from the Taxpayers.
Lets just say no one there has any concept of production.
Oh, there was a voltage drop specification and the GSA guy checked for it with a brand new digital meter. I passed no problem, he did not load the circuit.