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National Interagency Fire Center

This building was built as a sustainable and high performance office for the Bureau of Land Management National Interagency Fire Center.

The building layout uses a central double-loaded corridor design serving seven different secure department suites branching to each side of the corridor. Each suite utilizes an open floor plan designed with the manager’s offices, secure records, and conference areas in dedicated interior located rooms.

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