AMEC was about a month or less away from completing a renovationof Wedge 1 when the terrorists flew a commercial jet into theworld's largest office building.

But Jerry Morgensen, president of Hensel Phelps, says hiscompany will do whatever it can to help repair the damagedbuilding, in addition to renovating Wedges 2 through 5. ThePentagon is divided into five wedges, each which almost is aseparate building. Each wedge has almost 1 million sf, says LeeEvey, Pentagon renovation program manager.

Evey, speaking at a press conference in Washington, DC, saysthat it considered hiring Hensel Phelps for the entire building,but decided that AMEC knows more about Wedge 1 than any othercompany in the world.

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