Government Project & Program Management
General Services Administration Federal Building
Construction Management and Commissioning
2013, American Institute of Architects, Committee on the Environment (COTE), COTE Top Ten Green Projects 2013, Engineering Excellence Awards, Best in State, Silver Award 2013, Parsons Brinkerhoff Americas Project of the Year Award Finalist 2012, National Institute of Building Sciences, Sustainable Buildings Industry Council, Beyond Green High-Performance Building Award, Honor Award–First Place for High-Performance Buildings 2012, AIA Seattle, What Makes it Green?, Honorable Mention 2012, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce Project of the Year Award, Fourth Place
Located on the shores of an industrial Superfund site, the Federal Center South 1202 Redevelopment sought to reclaim an existing 1940s warehouse site and transform it into a modern integrated workplace environment for the General Services Administration (GSA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
For this ambitious project, our team provided construction management agency services, energy modeling/energy analysis, LEED support and full commissioning services, including measurements and validation of the collaborative design-build project.
Federal Center South is one of the most energy-efficient office buildings in the GSA property portfolio and achieves the benchmarks of the government’s 2030 Challenge of reducing energy use in federal buildings.