Regional Chief Architects

Regional Chief Architects oversee GSA's implementation of national Design Excellence policies while providing individualized subject-matter expertise to project managers within the agency's 11 regional offices.

Coordinating with the Chief Architect of the U.S. General Services Administration, a Regional Chief Architect is actively involved in the processes surrounding evaluation and procurement of design teams, and in peer reviews once those teams have been selected. He or she is directly responsible for representing agency-wide standards of quality control, extending from a project's concept development through design and construction; the Regional Chief Architect also supervises the programs that enhance the quality of the federal public realm, including Art in Architecture.

In all, the Regional Chief Architect is a trusted adviser both to the GSA national office and to its dedicated, regional team of public servants. As conduits of best practices and knowledge, Regional Chief Architects welcome dialogue with the private-sector architecture community.

To find the Regional Chief Architect for your state or region, please see the the "additional contacts" section of the box to the right.

Last Reviewed: 2019-02-26