After a decade of slow-motion construction, the Pentagon building is set to open for business this summer.
The $1.6 billion, $1 billion, and $1bn price tags are not as steep as the one that greeted the Pentagon’s original completion in 2013.
The Pentagon is now set to cost $2.2 billion and $2 billion, respectively, according to estimates by real estate firm Trulia.
But that price tag has not been updated since that original opening, and the building’s original price tag had previously been $1,600,000, which is about $5,600 a square foot.
In addition, the building is expected to receive the latest in security upgrades, which include an upgraded security fence, a new stairwell, new elevators, a more extensive stairway and escalators, and more windows.
The upgrades are expected to take place over the next few years.
The building’s price tag is expected as low as $2,500,000.
However, the number of floors that will be covered will increase as the Pentagon is updated to handle the new, more powerful military technology.
A total of 2,812 floors will be added to the building.
The renovation will cost $1 million per floor.
The renovations will be funded by the Defense Department’s Department of Defense Construction Fund.
The budget for the new Pentagon building includes the cost of security upgrades as well as $600,00 for the installation of a new surveillance system.
The new surveillance systems will be used to monitor and track all military personnel entering and leaving the building, according the Pentagon.
The surveillance system will be installed on the second and third floors of the Pentagon, and will include an automated facial recognition system.
A new stairway will be built to move people up the third and fourth floors of each building, which will be able to accommodate more troops.
The third floor of the third floor will be upgraded with a new escalator and elevator.
It will also include new windows.
On the fourth floor, the elevators will be replaced with elevators that will allow the building to rise or fall with the flow of people.
This will allow people to walk up the building without getting stuck in the stairwells, Trulia said.
The security upgrades will include new glass windows on the top of each stairwell and on the first and second floors, new steel doors on the third, fourth and fifth floors, and a reinforced glass wall on the fourth.
The upgraded stairwell will also feature an escalator, a reinforced steel door, a glass wall, and an integrated lockers.
The additional glass walls will also increase the height of the building from 12 stories to 17 stories.
The windows will be painted bright red to match the red carpet of the base, Trura said.
This new stairways will also add a third floor for storage and dining, which the building has been missing since it opened in 2011.
Trulia estimates the total cost of the renovation to be $3.3 billion.
The cost of maintenance and repairs is estimated to be about $1-billion per year.
In order to pay for these renovations, the U.N. and the Department of Homeland Security will foot the bill.
The U.NS will cover the cost, Trumeur said.
And, while it may not be the biggest construction project in the U to date, it will be one of the most costly.
It is expected that the Pentagon will cost about $8.2 million per day to maintain, Truran said.