The workplace transformation for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) involved reconfiguration, relocation, and consolidation of facilities that impacted nearly 1,800 personnel and approximately 200,000 square feet. FEMA’s goals were to reduce the footprint of leased space in the Washington, DC area and introduce a workplace plan that leverages technology and embraces telework. The design team conducted a programming study that culminated in a master plan for FEMA’s headquarters at 500 C Street SW. Other services included a field survey, space planning, test-fits, design intent documents, interior design, furniture inventories, furniture planning, purchasing, and installation, and swing space analysis, and relocation management.
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