Federal Buildings/Facilities

The Southeast Sunbelt Region provides federal employees with 45.6 million rentable square feet (rsf) of space in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. This is comprised of 148 government-owned (20.3 million rsf) and 1,341 leased facilities (25.3 million rsf). MS River Commission Bldg

For facility related questions, concerns or requests, clients should contact the appropriate Property Management Center Office, or please contact the Region 4 Field Ofice. To learn more about how your agency can take advantage of GSA's design and construction services, please contact the Region 4 Project Delivery Division and Architecture and Engineering Division. 

Here are just a few of the services GSA provides:

  • Leases space to federal customer agencies.
  • Repairs, alters, and renovates existing facilities.
  • Constructs new federal buildings and courthouses.
  • Operates child care facilities in federal properties.
  • Disposes of real property for GSA and other federal agencies.
  • Practices energy and water conservation and recycling.
  • Preserves and maintains 63 historic properties in the federal government's inventory.
  • Commissions the country's most talented artists to create artwork for new federal buildings and conserve a substantial inventory of artwork from the past.

The Southeast Sunbelt Region is the proud steward of 63 historic properties, including four contributing buildings in National Historic Landmark Districts in Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina.  In addition, the Frank M. Johnson, Jr. Courthouse in Montgomery, Alabama and the Elbert P. Tuttle U.S. Court of Appeals building in Atlanta are individually listed as National Historic Landmarks for their associations with the Civil Rights Movement. The historic inventory ranges from pre-civil war custom houses to modern buildings from the mid-Twentieth Century.  The Southeast Sunbelt Region also manages 148 works in the Fine Arts Collection, of which 40 were commissioned under the Art-in-Architecture program.

Last Reviewed 2017-08-21