Green for Army, Navy and GSA Buildings – Architects Wanted

There have been many opportunities which have been promoted by the Federal Government lately, which significantly benefits AIA members;

  • The US Navy announced their requirement for more of their buildings to become energy efficient.
  • The US Army announced their requirement for more of their buildings to become energy efficient.
  • The GSA removing the 19% fee on designers and announcing that they would like their 9,600 buildings to become energy efficient.

These announcements provide for business opportunities for AIA members.

If you would like further information about the US Army, Navy or GSA announcements, or further information on the Energy Policy Act and how it benefits Designers, please contact your local ETS Director or ETS Direct on 800.236.6519


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