- In summer, FCS participants, who had an increased circadian stimulus, had more sleep disturbances but were in better moods and rated their sleep quality higher
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Federal Center South (FCS) Building 1202 opened in 2012. It is the headquarters of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District. The building is approximately 209,000 square feet, 3 stories tall and houses several hundred federal workers. Its curved shape is representative of the original course of the adjacent Duwamish waterway, which is reflective of one of the agency's core missions of managing the nation's waterways. The building's design incorporates natural daylighting through a large rectangular skylight over the atrium core, which houses many of the collaborative meeting spaces as well as natural interior landscaping. Building occupants have assigned seats and spend time working in the building as well as conducting field work.
Lighting at Federal Center South Building 1202