Goodfellow Federal Center Disposal

4300 Goodfellow Blvd.
St. Louis, Missouri 63120

Have a question? Need more information? Email goodfellow@gsa.gov.

GSA declared the Goodfellow Federal Center excess to GSA’s needs, based on its cost-of-ownership analysis. Declaring the facility as excess is the first formal step in the process that will see the federal government dispose of the asset. The property is planned to be vacant and conveyed to a new owner by 2024.

GSA does not have a national policy regarding agency personal property being relocated from facilities. The process GSA will use ahead of relocating agency personal property from Goodfellow involves four major steps.

  1. Assessment: The tenant agency should provide GSA advance notice of its moving plans as soon as possible by sending to goodfellow@gsa.gov a list of agency personal property [XLSX - 20 KB] that needs to be relocated or excessed, a picture of each type of item, and an agency representative to work with. The list should include item/quantity and whether it will be relocated or excessed. GSA will then assess the property to be cleaned and provide the agency a cleaning timeline that corresponds to the agency’s anticipated move.
  2. Cleaning: GSA’s cleaning contractor will complete enhanced cleaning of all government-owned agency personal property that will be relocated or excessed. Cloth or porous fabric and surfaces on agency personal property with potential hazardous material or exposure should not be transferred or donated. If the material absorbs water, it is considered porous. GSA is unable to validate cleaning of agency personal property with cloth or porous fabric or surfaces. It is advised that property with cloth or porous fabric be environmentally destroyed. Requests for exception can be sent to r6environmental@gsa.gov for consideration.
  3. Excessing or Disposing: All agency personal property should be excessed or disposed of if it is not being relocated with the agency move. Excessed property will be cleaned prior to excess. Property for disposal (to be taken to landfill) will not be cleaned by GSA and must be removed by the agency. GSA discourages tenants from using their own staff for disposal of equipment or furniture that hasn’t been cleaned. SSSPs must be used where applicable and more information is provided below. No property from Goodfellow should be donated to schools, day care centers, or other facilities occupied by children.
  4. Moving: Following successful cleaning, the tenant agency can authorize its moving contractor to relocate its agency personal property.
GSA will fund the cost.

Send this template [XLSX - 20 KB] completed with your items for cleaning and a picture of each type of item to goodfellow@gsa.gov as early as possible. Once these are received, GSA will schedule a walk through with you.

All agency personal property that is to be removed from Goodfellow and reused in your new location or repurposed needs to be cleaned. Agencies should use this template [XLSX - 20 KB] to submit their list of property to be cleaned along with a picture of each type of item.

Send this template [XLSX - 20 KB] completed with your items for cleaning and a picture of each type of item to goodfellow@gsa.gov as early as possible. If you have equipment/agency personal property you are not using or taking with you, you can start the excess process now. Points of contact are below for your convenience.

Defense Logistics Agency contact for DOD tenant agencies
Tyrell Glass
DLA Disposition Services
Phone: 618-256-4158 (DSN 576)
Email: tyrell.glass@dla.mil

GSA contact for non-DOD tenant agencies
Debbie Rojas
Property Disposal Specialist
Phone: 303-416-0304
Email: debbie.rojas@gsa.gov

Tenant agencies are required to dispose of all items they will not be relocating or excessing. FAS schedules 8 995 allow for ordering these types of services. GSA will require that all agency property be removed from the space before accepting the space return and closing out the occupancy agreement.

A Site Specific Safety Plan is required when there is agency equipment that needs to be removed from restricted spaces, which are not covered under the normal day-to-day janitorial services. These restricted spaces include the space below raised floors, above suspended ceilings, mechanical rooms, telephone closets, electrical closets, penthouses, basements, crawlspaces, and electrical vaults. GSA must accept the SSSP before entrance to these spaces is permitted. Because some agency personal property is situated and assembled such that it has not been included within day-to-day janitorial services, there is potential for contaminated dust to settle on surfaces. Contractors or other personnel working on relocating agency personal property must be made aware of the potential for contamination in order to conduct hazard assessments and determine work practices and mitigation procedures. GSA’s online reading room at gsa.gov/goodfellowreadingroom contains sampling reports organized by year and building number to assist in hazard assessments, as needed.

You can reach out to GSA’s St. Louis West Field Office, your GSA regional client executive or account manager, or email goodfellow@gsa.gov. An appropriate expert will review and respond to your questions.

Last Reviewed: 2020-09-30