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FEMA Workplace Transformation

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 Waldon Studio Architects 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.

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    Washington, DC

  • Client

    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

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