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Learn How to Contract with GSA

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The General Services Administration (GSA) is responsible for designing, building, and maintaining the properties of the federal government. To ensure a high standard of excellence for the American public, GSA engages the best private-sector design professionals, including architects, landscape architects, engineers, and others, to modernize existing federal buildings and design and construct new ones.

Recently, ASLA Government Affairs staff has been working with GSA staff to develop an understanding of how landscape architects may increasingly work with the agency to help plan and design innovative federal projects. As a result, ASLA is pleased to announce an upcoming webinar on How Landscape Architects Can Contract with GSA on Thursday, February 6 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern.

During this 45-minute session, ASLA members will hear from GSA’s National Design Director for Landscape Architecture, Christian Gabriel, ASLA, and contracting specialist Joseph Imamura, ASLA, about how landscape architects can contract with the agency to work on upcoming federal projects. Specifically, you will learn about GSA’s Public Building Services program, the project delivery methods used by GSA, and how to navigate the agency’s procurement process. The webinar will also provide specific examples of federal projects, including award-winning projects that used the design services of landscape architects.

If you are a landscape architect interested in learning how you or your firm can provide design services for federal projects, both large and small, then this free webinar is for you. Space is limited. Register today!

For more information and resources on small business and procurement issues for landscape architects, please visit ASLA’s Small Business Growth and Development advocacy tools and the ASLA Professional Practice Resource Center.

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