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General Services Administration Announces $2 Billion for Construction Projects Across the Country Using Low-Embodied Carbon Construction Materials

The General Services Administration (GSA) announced the availability of $2 billion in funding from the Inflation Reduction Act for more than 150 construction projects in 39 states that use low-embodied carbon construction materials that include structural repairs, façade and window replacements, repaving projects, and seismic upgrades in buildings.

Selected projects include: (1) modernizing the San Luis Land Port of Entry in San Luis, Arizona; (2) modernizing the Calexico Land Port of Entry in Calexico, California; (3) repairs to the façade of the San Francisco Appraisers Building in San Francisco, California; (4) repairs to the façade of the Robert J. Dole Courthouse in Kansas City, Kansas; (5) modernizing the Grand Portage Land Port of Entry in Grand Portage, Michigan; (6) modernizing the International Falls Land Port of Entry in International Falls, Minnesota; (7) repairs to the Howard Metzenbaum Courthouse in Cleveland, Ohio; and (8) modernizing the Kenneth G. Ward Land Port of Entry in Lynden, Washington. The full list of projects broken out by state is available here.

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