Pentagon Occupancy and Space Allocation Study

Washington, D.C.
January 1st 2007

With the implementation of a modern life safety and egress code renovation program, the Pentagon faced a 20 percent reduction of its 3.9 million square feet of usable space. To plan for final configuration and occupancy, Gensler undertook a comprehensive review of all Department of Defense (DoD) facilities. Efforts included surveys and documentation of portfolio occupancy and allocation for various departments and agencies, along with information analysis and recommendations. The Pentagon’s Hall of Heroes recognized Gensler for its leadership in the program study.

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