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NIBS and GSA Kick Off Third Year of Federal Building Post Occupancy Evaluations

Posted By Stephanie Stubbs, Program Director, Facility Lifecycle Management, NIBS, Monday, February 10, 2020
Updated: Thursday, February 6, 2020

Pictured, from left: GSA Lead Program Specialist for Facilities Operations Mike Malane, Office of Facilities Management; GSA Architect Sean Garrett, Office of Design and Construction; Architect David Asofsky, Delta Engineers, Architects, and Landscape Surveyors; Team Leader Earle Kennett; Mechanical Engineer Ken Schram, RG Vanderweil Engineers; Lighting Engineer Nancy Clanton, Clanton & Associates; and Building Enclosure Engineer Matt Farmer, Wiss Janney Elstner. (Photo by Nancy Clanton)

This week, the NIBS and General Services Administration (GSA) Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) team performed their first site visit for 2020 to the Marcelino Serna Land Port of Entry in El Paso, Texas.

NIBS staff, its subject matter experts, and GSA leadership will blend their multidisciplinary expertise to analyze conditions at 6 additional federal buildings this year. The goal is to create a Lessons Learned summary evaluation for GSA to use for federal buildings going forward.

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