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Federal Triangle South: Value, Efficiency, Innovation, Sustainability


GSA issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) seeking developers who can provide construction and development services in exchange for the GSA Regional Office Building and Cotton Annex, both located in Southwest Washington, DC. These services would be used to help GSA consolidate about 1,500 regional staff from the Regional Office Building into the GSA headquarters located at 1800 F St., NW and renovate up to three historic buildings at St. Elizabeths campus in Southeast Washington.

About Federal Triangle South and the RFQ

GSA’s action supports the vision for Federal Triangle South identified by the National Capital Planning Commission’s Southwest EcoDistrict -- a sustainable community stretching from the National Mall to the Southwest Waterfront. The vision includes a number of federal buildings and seeks to reduce costs by overhauling these outdated and underperforming assets, developing state-of-the-art green facilities, and encouraging mixed-use and improved infrastructure. 

The RFQ is now posted on Fed Biz Opps.

Milestone Dates:

  • Issue RFQ April 7, 2014
  • Deadline for Questions on the RFQ-- April 17, 2014 3pm EST
  • RFQ Response-- Deadline May 30, 2014 3pm EST
  • Issue RFP Summer 2014
Graphic of exchange process.

Read the GSA Press Release


Project Management

Mark Stadsklev
Project Executive
Real Estate Division

Brett Banks
Project Manager
Office of Portfolio Management

Danielle Breaux
Project Manager
Office of Planning and Design Quality

Dawud Abdur-Rahman 
Director of Planning
Office of Planning and Design Quality

U.S. General Services Administration
Public Buildings Service
301 7th Street, SW, Suite 4004
Washington, DC 20407

Cotton Annex, ROB, Parcel Exchange, Construction Services,Federal Triangle South