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1 Office of Science (SC) Program Perspective Gordon Fox Director, Facilities and Infrastructure Division Office of Safety, Security and Infrastructure, Office of Science Briefing for DOE Property Management Workshop - May 20, 2013

2 Background Information Current Ongoing Projects

3 Direct Link to SLAC Campus QuadRendering of New Science and User Support Building Preliminary TPC Range*: $60M - $65M The SLAC Science and User Support Building will serve as the main entrance to the laboratory. It will be the first stop for all visitors and users to SLAC. This approximately 65,000 square foot, three story structure will bring together many of the laboratory's visitor, user, and administrative services, enhancing the productivity and collaboration that supports the laboratory's cutting-edge discoveries and exceptional user research program. The building will house a centrally located user support hub; the visitor's center; a new cafeteria; provide office spaces needed to centralize SLAC communications, security, and laboratory administration; and a state-of-the-art auditorium and conference space. This project received CD-1 approval on May 11, FY 2014 funding supports the continuation of design and construction activities. Science and User Support Building at SLAC Current Projects in the FY 2014 Request 3 *Baseline has not yet been established.

4 Preliminary TPC Range*: $31.3M - $34.9M The Office of High Energy Physics (HEP) promotes a broad, long term particle physics program at three interrelated frontiers of particle physics; the Intensity Frontier, the Energy Frontier and the Cosmic Frontier. This project will support HEP by modernizing the 40+ year-old industrial cooling water system and upgrading reliability of the high voltage electrical system. The laboratory requires over 60 MW of electricity around the clock to operate the existing accelerators and will need that level of power for planned projects like NOvA. Although the Tevatron has shut down, there are several other SC projects, such as MiNOS, MINERvA and MiniBooNE and in FY 2014 Nova and MicroBooNE, that will require reliable electricity and process cooling. This project received CD-1 on November 15, Utilities Upgrade at FNAL Preliminary TPC Range*: $25M - $29.9M The Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility is supported by the Office of Nuclear Physics and performs theoretical and experimental research needed to unlock the secrets of how the universe is put together. This project will replace or upgrade year old and failing site utilities to meet SC mission plans by increasing cryogenics capacity; increasing capacity and adding redundancy to the power distribution system, increasing cooling water capacity to meet mission requirements, and upgrading 1960s vintage subsurface communications systems. This project will improve reliability and reduce operational risks of the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility, the Free Electron Laser program, and work in support of other projects. This project received CD-1 on October 14, Utility Infrastructure Modernization at TJNAF Current Projects in the FY 2014 Request 4 *Baseline has not yet been established.

5 Interdisciplinary Science Building, Ph I, BNL TPC: $66.8M Construction of a new building with state-of-the-art laboratories, associated research support spaces and offices, and demolition of inadequate facilities. FY 2010 was the final year of funding for this project. The completed building is 87,701 gross square feet and was completed under budget and ahead of schedule. This project achieved CD-4, Approve Project Completion, on April 8, Recently Completed Project Front Elevation of New Interdisciplinary Science Building Entrance to Ultra Low Vibration LabsLobby Looking Down from Second Floor

6 On-going Projects Research Support Building and Infrastructure Modernization, SLAC TPC: $97.4M This project will integrate the laboratory’s accelerator physics community across programmatic boundaries and will provide more uniform service (training, ES&H, business services) for the laboratory-wide user community. Project scope includes the construction of a modern office building for technical staff currently dispersed throughout the site in aged trailers and other inefficient locations and modernization of two facilities for operations staff supporting the research mission. Construction in Building 28 has been completed. Construction of Building 52 is on-going and is expected to receive CD-3B approval in June 2013 to allow Building 41 construction to begin. Rendering of New Building 52Exterior Façade Installation on Building 52 6

7 On-going Projects Energy Sciences Building (ESB), ANL TPC: $96M Scope includes construction of a new multidisciplinary laboratory that will provide efficient and modern research space that will provide the interdisciplinary science platform needed to discover and develop alternative approaches to energy production, storage, and utilization. The ESB forms centers of excellence in the areas of material synthesis and solar energy conversion and storage. This project is expected to receive CD-4, Approve Start of Operation or Project Completion, in November FY Exterior Façade from the Northwest Second Floor Area A Laboratory First Floor Lobby Under Construction

8 On-going Projects Renovate Science Laboratories – Phase II, BNL TPC: $50.8M This project will upgrade and rehabilitate obsolete systems in Buildings 510 (Physics) and 555 (Chemistry) to provide safe, modern, efficient, and sustainable facilities for advanced detector research and chemistry research. Although the basic core and shell construction of these buildings is sound, the laboratory and office spaces, including their utilities and environmental support systems, are obsolete. Hazardous material removal began in FY This project is expected to receive CD-4, Approve Start of Operation or Project Completion, in June FY B510 New Clean Room Interior B510 Renovated Seminar Wing) B555 West Wing InteriorB510 Utility Rough-In

9 On-going Projects Seismic Life-Safety and Modernization of General Purpose Buildings Phase 2, LBNL TPC: $97.1M Replacement of seismically “very poor” and “poor” facilities with a new laboratory/office building, upgrade of the Hazardous Waste Handling Facility, and modernization of another laboratory/office building (Building 74, Life Sciences). This project is expected to receive CD-4, Approve Project Completion, in April FY New General Purpose Laboratory (GPL) Building 74 Occupied Excess Facilities Demolition Seismic Strengthening 9

10 On-going Projects Technology and Engineering Development Facility, TJNAF TPC: $73.2M Renovation and expansion of the Test Lab Building and construction of new Technology and Engineering Development building. The expanded and renovated areas will eliminate inadequate work space in and near the Test Lab, relieve severe overcrowding elsewhere, and improve workflow and productivity. This project is scheduled to receive CD-4B, Approve Start of Operation - Renovated Areas, in March FY Rendering of Additions to and Renovations of Existing Buildings New Technology Engineering Development Building Cryomodule Assembly Area in Test Lab Addition Test Lab Building Renovation

11 Preliminary TPC Range*: $53.5M - $59.5M This project will provide the Plasma Science and Technology Department with modern space and facilities to support basic physics and innovative fusion experiments in a new state-of-the-art Plasma Science Center. This facility will allow the lab to collocate experimentalists, theorists, and collaborators, which will be a major benefit to the laboratory’s science mission and help develop fusion energy as an abundant, safe, affordable and environmentally sound means of generating electricity. The scope of this project will include construction of a new Science and Technology Center and rehabilitation of antiquated and inefficient space at the laboratory. CD-0 was achieved on August 26, Science and Technology Support Infrastructure at PPPL Preliminary TPC Range*: $123M - $133M This project will bring together functions that are currently dispersed in multiple commercial leased spaces into a single location. This facility will fill a current capability gap by providing a state-of-the-art facility for biosciences research and other programs in a collaborative environment while simultaneously increasing the operational efficiency of LBNL. The coalescence of these programs will enable continuous interaction among researchers with complimentary interests in bioscience and other areas of research primarily focused on energy, the environment and health. CD-0 was achieved on September 24, Bioenergy Systems Biology Biofuels Biosciences Integration Facility at LBNL Projects with Approved Mission Need (CD-0) 11 *Baseline has not yet been established.

12 Preliminary TPC Range*: $85.5M - $96M This project will improve conditions for over 200 employees. This approximately 100,000 square foot structure in the “Energy Quad” in the heart of the campus will support major strategic initiatives in Energy Sciences and Materials and Molecular Design and Discovery enhancing the productivity and collaboration that supports the laboratory's discoveries and develop material synthesis and fabrication, interfacial engineering for energy applications and materials under extreme conditions. CD-0 was achieved on August 27, Materials Design Laboratory at ANL Site Modernization at ORNL Preliminary TPC Range*: $81.8M - $90.6M This project will design and construct a new Site Operations Center, a new Site Services Building, demolish multiple existing buildings located in the footprint of both future buildings and provide selective utility upgrades to support new facilities. This project will rectify operational support problems from aged, deficient and disparately located support facilities such as the Fire Hall. This project will support multiple research areas and all operations located on the ORNL campus by improving essential site services (including emergency operations and first response); streaming material and shipping/receiving process flow; reducing existing real property space holdings; and reducing energy consumption. CD-0 was achieved on August 27, Existing Fire Hall (Bldg. 2500)Existing Warehouse Facility Projects with Approved Mission Need (CD-0) 12 *Baseline has not yet been established.

13 Preliminary TPC Range*: $52M - $57M This project will provide labs and supporting infrastructure for chemical, biological and materials synthesis and characterization capabilities. This approximately 55,000 square foot, three story structure will facilitate workshops, exhibit areas and office space to enhance the productivity and collaboration that supports the laboratory's cutting-edge photon science discoveries and exceptional user research program. CD-0 was achieved on May 11, Photon Science Laboratory Building at SLAC Preliminary TPC Range*: $87.3M - $93.3M This project will Support basic and applied science for fundamental discovery underpinning a secure and sustainable energy future. Specifically, the proposed Science will include research such as materials and catalysis for advanced energy technologies; understanding and reducing Green House Gas emissions and atmospheric pollutants; high-performance combustion systems; batteries and fuel cells; and energy efficient windows and lighting, and integrated building systems. The project scope includes constructing a new general purpose laboratory building (40,000-46,000 gsf); upgrades to the medical services building and the cafeteria; and demolition of offsetting space. CD-0 was achieved on September 8, Seismic Phase 3 project at LBNL Projects with Approved Mission Need (CD-0) 13 *Baseline has not yet been established.

14 Preliminary TPC Range*: $80M - $95M This project will fulfill a mission need to conduct in situ chemical imaging and analysis, controlling complex interactions across scales to enable scalable synthesis; and subsurface science for geologic sequestration of greenhouse gases and environmental remediation. This project will fill capability gaps by providing vibration and electromagnetically isolated“ quiet” space for state- of-the-art imaging instrumentation, fume-hood intensive laboratory space for wet-chemistry research, and adaptable space for large scientific instrumentation. CD-0 was achieved on December 1, Chemical Sciences and Imaging Laboratory at PNNL Projects with Approved Mission Need (CD-0) 14 *Baseline has not yet been established.


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