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FEMA – Workplace Transformation
Reconfiguration / Relocation / Consolidation Federal Emergency Management Agency

FEMA – Workplace Transformation

Reconfiguration / Relocation / Consolidation Federal Emergency Management Agency

The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Workplace Transformation was a large scale reconfiguration/relocation/consolidation project that impacted nearly 1,800 personnel in nearly 200,000 square feet. FEMA’s goal was to reduce lease space footprint in the Washington, DC area and introduce a workplace transformation plan that leverages technology and embraces “telework.” The design team conducted a programming effort that culminated with a master plan of FEMA’s headquarters located at 500 C Street SW, Washington, DC. Other services included field survey, space planning, interior design, test-fits, design intent documents, relocation management, furniture inventories, furniture planning, purchasing and installation, and swing space analysis.

Project Details

Project Market(s)

Workplace, Government

Project Service(s)

Architecture

Location

Washington, DC

Size

200,000 SF

Completion Date

2014

Sector Leader

Matt Ligas, AIA, LEED AP  
mligas@michaelgraves.com

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