The Warroad Land Port of Entry Recognized by Prestigious Magazine

By Marie-Alice Denis
General Services Administration

WASHINGTON, Jan. 20, 2011 — The American Institute of Architects recognized the Warroad, Minn., Land Port of Entry for its commitment to energy-efficiency, greening, and sustainability.

The site that spans 43,000 square feet is a hub for the operations driven by the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection.

Warroad’s land port of entry daily helps to maintain the proper traffic circulation and inspections. Additionally, it includes holding cells, laboratories, and other relevant resources fundamental to providing security and upholding the mission of the federal government.


exterior image of the Warroad Land Port Entry
The Warroad Land Port of Entry, a 43,000-square-foot facility, is expected to reach Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design silver status.
Last Reviewed 2011-01-20