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For over 30 years, we have partnered with GSA, the largest real estate holder in the United States, to help the agency provide value to tenants while maximizing the assets and resources entrusted to it by the American people. Our designs support GSA’s public service mission by advancing energy efficiency and sustainability, preserving culturally significant buildings that serve their communities, and creating healthier, more efficient workplaces.

We selected EYP due to their experience in design excellence for renovating occupied historic buildings... [their] efforts and persistence made the difference in what can be achieved through team endeavor and excellent project management.

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exterior detail at dusk

William S. Moorhead Federal Office Building

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The new façade and interior upgrades reinvigorate the GSA workplace brand, making office space more attractive to potential tenants.

Roof terrace

Theodore Levin US Courthouse

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Judicial & Workplace

Revitalizing a downtown landmark sustainably advances urban renewal.

Birch Bayh Courtroom

Birch Bayh Federal Building & US Courthouse

General Services Administration

Judicial & Workplace

Birch Bayh is a model citizen, serving its city in ways its original designers never could have imagined.

FITWEL is a new certification developed by the Centers for Disease Control and the US General Services Administration to evaluate workplaces for supporting human health and wellbeing

Leigh Stringer interviewed Joanna Frank, Executive Director of the Center for Active Design about the certification, and how CfAD will be administering FITWEL.

Renovations to this 107-year-old federal building and courthouse required team members to seamlessly thread new systems through a richly rendered fabric. More

This renewal project converted an uninviting, non-code compliant, energy hog of a building into a highly desirable office building. More

The modernized William S. Moorhead Federal Office Building in Pittsburgh now saves more than 28% of energy compared to its pre-renovation consumption. More