Using Recovery funds, the General Services Administration (GSA) recently completed upgrades to improve energy efficiency at the Robert C. Byrd U.S. Courthouse in Charleston, West Virginia. The renovations included the installation of a new roof and 315 photovoltaic solar panels, upgrades to the parking garage, and adjustments to the heating, ventilation and cooling systems. Learn more about this project and read the full story by visiting the GSA website.
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is using $5.5 billion in Recovery funds to convert federal buildings across the nation to high-performance green buildings, and to build new energy-efficient federal buildings, courthouses and land ports of entry.
Take a look at GSA’s interactive map to see details about investments in federal buildings across the country.