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Construction Begins at USCIS’ Future Maryland HQ

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and General Services Administration officials have broken ground on the future USCIS headquarters in Camp Springs, Maryland, that will consolidate six leased facilities into one location, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday.

GSA signed a 15-year agreement to lease 574,767 rentable square feet for the consolidated USCIS office at One Town Center.

James G. Davis Construction is contracted build the USCIS HQ building.

Acting GSA Administrator Tim Horne said he said the agency estimates the consolidation effort will help decrease USCIS’ footprint by approximately 128,000 rentable square feet.

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