The U.S. General Services Administration is a great place to work. We have a critical mission — to help agencies buy smarter, reduce their real estate footprint, and create a better, faster government. Our employees have excellent benefit packages, including health insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation time, and more. We also offer flexible work schedules, and, in many locations, on-site fitness centers, and child care centers.
But did you know we also have beautiful buildings across the country and workspaces that serve as a model for the federal government? If you are thinking about coming to work with us, take a look at these insta-worthy GSA buildings.
- George C. Young Federal Courthouse and Federal Building, Orlando, Fla.
This federal building in sunny Orlando is decorated with art from American Abstract expressionist painter Al Held. This piece is located in the atrium lobby.
- San Francisco Federal Building
Opened in 2007, the 18-story tower designed by Thomas Mayne of Morphosis is an architectural landmark in San Francisco. The building’s shape and orientation maximize natural airflow and take advantage of natural daylight for the majority of office interiors.
- Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building, Grand Junction, Colo.
Beautiful inside and out, the Aspinall federal building is 100 years old and is a gorgeous example of the Italian Renaissance Revival architectural style. In 2013, it was renovated, but, as you can see, the historical aesthetic was kept intact.
- Edith Green-Wendell Wyatt Federal Building, Portland, Ore.
The Wendell Wyatt building is not only beautiful, it’s also green. The solar roof doubles as a rainwater collection system, the elevators generate power as they descend, and it has an air system that provides 100% fresh air.
- GSA Headquarters, Washington, D.C.
Our central office was renovated in 2013 and while it features open work areas and beautiful art throughout, nothing beats the view. From the 7th floor rooftop, you get a bird’s eye view of the Washington Monument and the Jefferson Memorial.
- John C. Kluczynski Federal Building, Chicago
This building was designed by famed Chicago architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and completed in 1975. The main plaza to the north features Flamingo, a red steel creation by world-renowned sculptor Alexander Calder.
Your next job could be located in one of these beautiful buildings. To learn more about careers at GSA visit: www.gsa.gov/careers.