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This past week, the GSA issued an invitation to developers: How would you like to build a new headquarters for the FBI in a different location? In exchange, they'll consider throwing in the J. Edgar Hoover building and the underlying land as part of the transaction.
The General Services Administration is considering redeveloping an area that includes the Energy Department complex, FAA buildings, GSA offices and the old Cotton Annex.
Nobel Prize winner David Wineland of NIST discusses his accomplishments. And a contingent of large federal buildings might be getting a makeover. The National Capital Planning Commission shares plans the GSA is considering.
The Commerce Department has big plans for its headquarters in downtown Washington, and it could lead a revolution in public-building planning.
Plans for the new headquarters building for the U.S. Coast Guard at the DHS headquarters campus in Southeast DC gets their first official endorsement from the Federal government's top planning agency in the region.
Work continues throughout the Washington area as the Pentagon builds new facilities connected with BRAC, the Base Realignment and Closure Commission. One of the most controversial projects deals with an Army office complex now being built in the city of Alexandria, Va.
Christine Saum, chief urban designer at the National Capital Planning Commission, describes how the blueprint will impact federal facilities in local communities and BRAC-related activities.
Construction of a new levee aimed at protecting downtown D.C. and the National Mall from river flooding is expected to be complete by summer of next year, federal and local officials say.
Tags: Marcel Acosta , National Mall , levee , American Recovery and Reinvestment Act , U.S. Army Corps of Engineers , Steve Garbarino , Constitution Avenue , 17th Street , Potomac River , D.C. Department of the Environment , Christophe A.G. Tulou , Katrina , Federal Emergency Management Agency