HRIL director appointed
GSA Peer Professional


David G. Woodcock, director of the Historic Resources Imaging Laboratory at Texas A&M University, was appointed to a two-year term on the General Service Administration's National Register of Peer Professionals. Woodcock, a professor of architecture and fellow in the American Institute of Architects, was appointed by GSA Commissioner F. Joseph Moravec.

The National Register is an integral part of the GSA's nationwide Design and Construction Excellence Program. Peer Professionals are charged with helping the GSA select architects for federal design commissions and with reviewing the design quality of all GSA construction projects. Reviewers are selected on the basis of expertise on project types and geographical location.

GSA secures the buildings, products, services, technology, and other workplace essentials federal agencies need. The agency is charged with creating a lasting legacy of public buildings that demonstrate quality and efficiency, and represent the highest aspirations of the nation.

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