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PBS Commissioner is Lauded by the University of Notre Dame

By Maria-Alice Denis
General Services Administration

WASHINGTON, March 28, 2011 – GSA’s Public Buildings Service Commissioner Robert A. Peck was honored March 26 with the 2011 Henry Hope Reed Award for his careerlong commitment to architecture and art in urban planning through various written, planned, and promotional projects.

The Henry Hope Reed Award was named after a renowned American architecture critic who was a proponent of classical architecture and later went on to co-establish the Classical American, now known as the Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America.

Peck manages the federal owned and leasing portfolio that includes buildings, facilities, land ports of entry, and federal courthouses, and spans more than 370 million square feet. Additionally, Peck oversees the agency’s annual billion-dollar budget and a work force of 6,700.

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