Bob Peck is 1 of 9 Visionaries Inducted into Honorary Society
PBS Commissioner Bob Peck was recently inducted into the prestigious American Society of Landscape Architects. The society honors pioneers in the private and public sectors who have been instrumental to the landscape architecture occupation. Peck joins nine others this year into the society that has thus far only inducted 143 honorary members.
On Monday, Sept. 13, Peck addressed the audience gathered at the society's annual meeting at the Walter E. Convention Center in Washington, D.C., and discussed the role of the Public Buildings Service as the landlord for federal civilian agencies. Peck briefed them on prominent architects, designers, and federal buildings that have strengthened the nation’s building legacy and raised the bar of design excellence.
During his presentation, Peck shared his vision of PBS, the agency’s future goals and achievements, and how GSA is using creative landscape design on projects nationwide.