GSA solicits ideas for green design


Do you dislike where you work? Do you think you can do better?

If you are a professional or amateur within the field of green and sustainable design, you are in luck. The General Services Administration is once again soliciting ideas for its Design and Construction Awards Program.

In a letter to possible participants, Martha Johnson, GSA administrator, said that “In their design and construction, the products of GSA’s Design Excellence Program have represented our nation’s core values of transparency, democracy, and individualism, and they have realized those principles functionally and efficiently.”

The contest is open to:

Contract design professionals, contractors, construction managers, artists, firms, or organizations that have completed or are working on projects for GSA or under GSA authority.

GSA employees or former employees who have or had professional responsibility for a GSA-authorized project.

Entries in the categories of architecture, art, conservation, construction, communication design, interior design, landscaping preservation, and urban design and planning, will be accepted until Sept. 22.


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