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Muon Campus Projects Mary Convery 1. Background on Muon Campus plan Earlier Plan had 5 Common Projects:  MC1 Building (GPP)  MC Beamline Enclosure (GPP)

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1 Muon Campus Projects Mary Convery 1

2 Background on Muon Campus plan Earlier Plan had 5 Common Projects:  MC1 Building (GPP)  MC Beamline Enclosure (GPP)  MC Site Preparation (GPP)  MC Cryo Plant (AIP)  MC Delivery Ring Upgrades (AIP) This plan has evolved in response to  Recommendations made at Mu2e DOE CD-1 review  Maturing designs for (g-2) and Mu2e Recycler AIP was added in response to DOE recommendation and includes scope that was originally part of the g-2 project Scope of Site-Prep GPP changed in response to DOE recommendation that resulted in acceleration of Mu2e civil construction schedule 2 Muon Campus projects plan actively orchestrated and managed via regular program meetings Although the packaging of the projects has been in flux, most of the individual jobs to be done are well-known and mature Aiming for Director’s review of full program in next few months

3 Beam path to Muon Campus 3

4 Aerial view Recycler Ring Beam Transfer and Delivery Ring MC1 Mu2e Muon Campus g-2 Target Station 4

5 MC-1 GPP  MC-1 building to house g-2 and future experiments, cryo system for g-2 and Mu2e, and power supplies for some beamline components 80’ x 80’ high-bay with 30 T crane internal loading dock floor stable, load- bearing to 700 T good temperature control 70’ x 70’ low-bay for staging, assembly, control room Includes extension of existing communication duct to replace duct which is interrupted during tunnel excavation 5

6 MC-1 GPP WBS Muon Campus MC-1 Building 1Engineering, Design and Inspection 1.1 Preliminary Design ED&I 1.2 Final Design ED&I 1.3 Construction ED&I 2Administration 2.1 Preliminary Design Administration 2.2 Final Design Administration 2.3 Construction Administration 3Construction 3.1 Fixed Price Construction 3.2 Time and Materials Construction 3.3 Advanced Procurement 6 Total cost expected to be $9M, costing is mature

7 Beamline enclosure GPP  Civil construction of enclosures for M4 and g-2 extraction lines Delivery Ring to Mu2e – M4: 10’ wide x 8’ high concrete box type enclosure with 16’ equivalent earth shielding. Base slab at El:728’-8”. M4 line to g-2: 8’wide x 8’ high enclosure. Base slab slopes from El: 728’-8” to El 734’-6”. Beamline power supplies from AP-30, g-2 and Mu2e. Low Conductivity Water extended from Delivery Ring. Includes lighting, grounding, electrical power distribution, cable tray, fire detection, life safety egress, drainage and sumps. Installs beam abort. 7

8 Beamline enclosure GPP WBS Muon Campus Beamline Enclosure GPP 1Engineering, Design and Inspection 1.1 Preliminary Design ED&I 1.2 Final Design ED&I 1.3 Construction ED&I 2Administration 2.1 Preliminary Design Administration 2.2 Final Design Administration 2.3 Construction Administration 3Construction 3.1 Fixed Price Construction 3.2 Time and Materials Construction 3.3 Advanced Procurement 8 Current estimate $9.2M, could increase as plans become better defined (beamline design still in progress)

9 A-0 Cooling Pond  Civil construction to renew the A-0 pond heat rejection capacity and provide capacity for the 13.8 kv feeder from Master Substation to F-3 Switch. A-0 Pond – Restore pond depth to the original profile; replace pond pumps and intake; relocate and replace discharge KV Electrical Upgrade – Install new feeder (24B) in existing Main Ring duct bank from Master Substation to the F-3 Switch 9 Costing still in progress

10 Site prep GPP Originally (early 2012) the Site Prep GPP included: 1. removal of an old spoils pile 2. relocation of Kautz Rd 3. installation of an additional power feeder Issues since then:  items 1) and 2) above need to be accelerated in order to accommodate accelerated Mu2e civil construction schedule  items 1) and 2) above total ~$2M, not in lab's FY14 budget  unclear feeder is needed: the estimated (g-2)+Mu2e needs are on the edge of current capabilities and carry a large uncertainty Current plan  eliminate this GPP?  move items 1) and 2) to Mu2e project Mu2e funding profile can accommodate this will identify scope to swap out of Mu2e  revisit need for feeder once beamline designs are more mature and power needs can be estimated more accurately if needed, would require funding in FY16-17 to be ready for Mu2e solenoid commissioning in late FY17 10

11 Cryo AIP  Compressor and refrigeration systems  g-2 and Mu2e cryogenic distribution system  Reuse Tevatron compressors at A0 Compressed He line from A0 to MC-1 building  Refurbish Tevatron refrigeration components to be housed in MC-1 building 4 refrigerators to support simultaneous steady- state operation of both g-2 and Mu2e  Cold lines extending to both experimental halls to A0 piping headers 11

12 Cryo AIP WBS 1Muon Campus Cryogenics 1.01Interface milestones 1.02Project management 1.03System engineering 1.04Cryogenic plant sub systems 1.05Experiment interfaces 1.06Safety documents 1.07Commissioning 1.08Acceptance tests 12 Total cost $9.8M, contingency is well understood

13 Recycler AIP  Allows 8 GeV proton beam to be rebunched in the Recycler and extracted to the P1 line for transport to experimental areas 2.5 MHz RF for re-bunching beam Extraction kickers Beamline connection from Recycler to P1 line MI52 building extension for kickers (civil – move to separate FESS project?) 13  RF cavity production Cavities must have active cooling Reuse ferrites from MI coalescing cavities Labor intensive 7 RF systems (cavities + PA’s) for Recycler 2 cavities for Mu2e to be installed in the Delivery Ring

14 Recycler AIP WBS 1Muon Campus Recycler Modifications 1.01Project management 1.02RF 1.03Extraction kickers 1.04RR to P1 beamline connection 1.05MI52 building extension 14 Costing and scheduling in progress, costs of some pieces are well- known

15 Delivery Ring and Beam Transport AIP 15  P1, P2, M1 line aperture improvements for 8 GeV beam  DR injection  DR aperture improvements Removal of unneeded devices such as stochastic cooling tanks  DR abort Beam abort for Mu2e Proton removal for g-2  DR and beamline instrumentation needed for both Mu2e and g-2  Electrical infrastructure improvements DR injection area

16 Delivery Ring AIP WBS Muon Campus Beam Transport and Delivery Ring Modifications 1Project management 2Beam Transport to Delivery Ring 2.01 Beam transport to DR general 2.02 RR to DR beamline modifications 2.03 Beamline instrumentation 2.04 Beam transport intrastructure improvements 3Delivery Ring conversion 3.01 DR general 3.02 DR injection 3.03 DR modifications 3.04 Beam abort system 3.05 DR instrumentation 3.06 DR infrastructure improvements 16 Unescalated costs well understood, scheduling in progress, current estimate $9.5M

17 Muon Campus Project ScopeNotes MC1 bldg GPPMC1 building which will house g-2 ring, g-2/Mu2e cryo systems and, some beamline power supplies Reconnect interrupted controls duct Beamline enclosure GPP M4 and g-2 line tunnels Cryo AIPCompressor and refrigeration systems Cryogenic storage and inventory management g-2 and Mu2e cryogenic distribution system Auxiliary systems Recycler AIPRF for re-bunching beam Extraction kickers Beamline connection to P1 line MI52 building extension for kickersMove off AIP? Delivery Ring AIPP1, P2, M1 line aperture improvements for 8 GeV beam DR injection and abort DR and beam transport instrumentation (common) Electrical infrastructure improvements g-2M3 line and reconfiguration of DR inject/extract region DR extraction and shared portion of M4 line components needed only for g-2 timeline and spec driven by g-2 Mu2eKautz Rd relocation components needed only for Mu2e 17

18 Timeline 18

19 Current funding plan for GPPs and AIPs The additional site power feeder that was part of site-prep GPP ($1M) is not included here, may be needed in 2017 or 2018 on critical path for g-2 longer lead time for RF 19

20 Status of Muon Campus project plans  Preparing for comprehensive Director’s review in next few months Muon Campus Project RequirementsProject Execution Plan CostingScheduleNotes Cryo AIP signed off draft Recycler AIP in progress Delivery Ring AIP in progress in progress MC1 building GPP site prep package out for bid Beamline enclosure GPP in progress 20


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