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Montgomery County, MD built a mixed-use, environmentally-sustainable building to consolidate staff

Montgomery County, MD consolidated staff headquarters


Montgomery County built the Wheaton Headquarters to consolidate staff from multiple locations into one centralized building. The LEED Platinum-certified building contains a variety of sustainability features including geothermal heating, integral solar panels, green roof areas, etc. The 14-story building houses over 900 government employees across six county departments. The project was designed to encourage economic development, improve efficiency, and facilitate cooperation among agencies.

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