General Services Administration
Bryan Steverson is a Program Advisor in GSA’s Office of Federal High-Performance Buildings and has over 15 years of experience with federal high performance building initiatives. Bryan is the project manager for research GSA is collaborating on with the Lighting Research Center from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to study the links between daylight exposure and human health benefits in federal office workers. He has also conducted research with the University of Minnesota and University of Washington on collaborative construction practices, and currently serves as a policy advisor for GSA's green building certification system review. Bryan joined GSA in 2002 as an environmental protection specialist and also worked in GSA's legislative and congressional affairs office for five years. Bryan holds degrees from James Madison University and George Washington University and currently resides in suburban Virginia with his wife and three kids.