The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) faces environmental challenges that are as unique as the missions it performs.

A myriad of building issues arise from the diverse NASA locations ranging from the New Mexico desert to coastal Texas and Florida.

NASA approached PDG Architects in 2001 with a confounding investigative/forensics challenge.  PDG diagnosed and resolved this complex issue in short order. Since then, we have partnered on renovations, facility expansions and new construction projects. In 2006, the Columbia Health & Fitness Center located at the White Sands Test Site became the first NASA building to be LEED Silver-Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.

Additional certifications are pending for buildings at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, including a Gold Certification for the extensive renovations completed on the 1960’s era, Public Affairs Building.