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WASHINGTON, DC-The court appointed receiver of Opus East’s 1015 Half St., SE, has restarted construction on the 400,000-square foot office project after inking a $26 million contract with Skanska USA Building last week.

Opus East began developing the building in 2008 with an eye to delivering the 10-story office asset in April 2010. Work on the building, though, ceased when Opus East’s parent company filed for bankruptcy last year, leaving uncompleted the building’s core and shell, its glass and precast concrete exterior skin, the final installation of the mechanical systems and elevators, the build-out of a two-story lobby and site work and landscaping.

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