A Competition to Transform 9,600 Aging U.S. Buildings A Competition to Transform 9,600 Aging U.S. Buildings
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A Competition to Transform 9,600 Aging U.S. Buildings

by Alissa Walker

September 25, 2010

If these ideas are implemented across the General Services Administration's empire of aging, mid-century buildings, the implications could be huge. The GSA owns more than 9,600 buildings across the country—that's 362 million square-feet of office space in which 1.2 million federal employees work. Any kind of designer could propose a replicable, system-wide idea that could make a big difference.

More details are here; deadline is January 11, 2011.

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A Competition to Transform 9,600 Aging U.S. Buildings