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Impact of GSA HPB
The Impact of GSA's High-Performance Buildings

High-performance buildings of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) save energy, save water, cost less to operate, produce less waste, and have more satisfied occupants compared with typical buildings. In short, they deliver cost savings and tenant satisfaction.

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Philip J. Philbin Federal Building in Fitchburg, Massachusetts
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High-Performance Real Estate with Existing Buildings
Open Meeting Room
Connected Workplace
Good Visual Access
Collaborative Knowledge Work Environments
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Historically Sustainable Nakamura Courthouse
Portland 911 Federal Building
The 911 Federal Building