In 1995, the Environmental Protection Agency commissioned us to consolidate its national headquarters into three existing neoclassical buildings and a portion on the new Ronald Reagan building located in Washington's historic Federal Triangle. The project encompassed the phased design, construction and relocation of 6,000 scientists and administrators into a 1,475,000 NSF renovated complex over seven years.
IBI Group ▪ Gruzen Samton's design embraced the agency's mission to incorporate sustainable principles into every aspect of design and construction. A sophisticated, high-performance workplace resulted—one that resonates with both historic architecture and the demands of a cabinet-level federal agency.
This project received a GSA National Award. It was designed in association with the Croxton Collaborative.