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Washington, DC - Federal Triangle

photo: Federal Triangle Complex in Washington, DC

This facility features the following green attributes:

LEED Certified LEED-EB: O&M Silver
green power Green Power
ENERGY STAR ENERGY STAR

EPA's National Headquarters Facilities

Total Facility Area: 1,878,453 rentable square feet (RSF) (EPA share)
Estimated Personnel: 5,186 EPA personnel
Energy Consumption: 127,314,918,454 Btu per year (EPA share)
Btu per RSF per Year: 67,776
Water Consumption: 12,707,087 gallons per year (EPA share)
Gallons per RSF per Year: 6.8

All energy data are reported as of FY 2012.

Description

EPA moved into the Headquarters complex at Federal Triangle over a period of five years, completed in August 2001. EPA's Federal Triangle facilities include office buildings known as the William Jefferson Clinton Building North, South, East, West, and Connecting Wing, as well as portions of the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. Headquarters has been working to establish a number of programs that help reduce the Agency's environmental footprint in this historic area of Washington, DC.

In addition to the Federal Triangle facilities, EPA Headquarters occupies space in several other buildings in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area, including:

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Unique Environmental Features

Energy Conservation

Green Power

Stormwater Management

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Archive

View an archive of older environmental information about EPA's Federal Triangle Headquarters.

For More Information About This Facility

EPA Environmental Testing Requirements for Furniture (PDF) (20 pp, 200K). This document contains the original criteria used in the furniture procurement for the EPA Headquarters, including EPA emissions testing requirements for systems furniture.

EPA's Furniture Manufacturers Environmental Assessment Checklist (PDF) (5 pp, 61K). During furniture procurement for EPA Headquarters, the Agency assessed environmental policies at each manufacturer’s facility(ies), including issues of global pollution, energy conservation, resource conservation, and human health and safety.

Leading By Example (PDF) (78 pp, 1.3MB). This case study describes the environmental features of the William Jefferson Clinton Building North and South.

To contact the facility manager at Federal Triangle, please call the Building Services Division at (202) 564-2085.

John Dady (dady.john@epa.gov)
Facilities Operations Branch Chief
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Mail Code: 3204R
Washington, DC 20460
Phone: (202) 564-3572


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