Government consultancy LMI will provide subject matter expertise and program management services for the General Services Administration’s Public Buildings Service Office of Facilities Management’s Energy Division and Climate and Sustainability Division.
The Energy Division comprises nine program areas and procures regulated and deregulated energy for over 40 agencies and for GSA facilities under its jurisdiction, custody and control.
LMI will help meet GSA’s goal of committing to 100% renewable electricity by 2025, 100% carbon pollution free electricity by 2030 and 100% 24/7 carbon pollution free electricity by 2035, among other goals.
For 60 years, LMI has partnered with the government to achieve major breakthroughs, said Christen Smith, LMI vice president of the health and civilian market.
“We believe that government can drive breakthroughs to mitigate climate change, and we are honored to support GSA in leading this effort for the nation’s largest property owner,” she said. “LMI has long been committed to helping the government understand and address climate change, including through more than a decade of sustainability support to PBS, and we look forward to continuing this commitment and partnership with OFM,.”
This was a single award to LMI, furthering its continued support within GSA’s Energy group and highlighting its services and solutions related to the sustainability and renewable energy initiatives that will be required over the next 5 years.