Dedication of New US Embassy in Islamabad
The U.S. Department of State has announced the dedication of the first phase of its new embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan, adding yet another overseas project for the federal government to the Page portfolio.
This is one of many U.S. Department of State collaborations with contractor B.L. Harbert International that Page has undertaken. This phase includes a chancery and office annex, a service support annex, a warehouse, a utility building and parking structure. It incorporates numerous sustainable features to conserve resources and reduce operating costs.
Page is the architect of record and Yost Grube Hall Architecture is the design architect. The entire project is targeting LEED Silver.
To view the US State Department announcement, click here.
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