High Performance Federal Buildings

Many federal facilities have succeeded in creating high performance buildings that save energy and reduce the environmental impact on our lives. We have captured a sampling of these successes in this High Performance Federal Buildings Database, a database showcasing examples of sustainable building projects in the federal government. Use the database to examine project details or to explore some construction or retrofit ideas for your facility.

FEMP is sponsoring this federal portal to the High Performance Buildings Database. FEMP also supports the Interagency Sustainability Working Group. This database contributes to the working group's purpose of exchanging information about federal agency sustainable design activities as demonstrated in these high performance federal building projects. The High Performance Buildings Database is research sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy; it seeks to improve building performance measuring methods by collecting data on various factors that affect a building's performance, such as energy, materials, and land use. The database includes information from buildings around the world, ranging from homes and commercial interiors to large buildings and even whole campuses and neighborhoods. These may be certified "green" projects, or simply projects that have one or more notable environmental features. The information has been reviewed for consistency and presentation, but in most cases, the details have not been independently verified.

Project NameCreatedOwnerBuilding TypeLocationsort descendingFloor Area (ft²)EUI (kBtu/ft²)Occupancy Date
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