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Cyclotron Building – Office Addition – Phase II

Project phase: Archived

The Cyclotron Building is located at the southwest corner of Bogue Street and Shaw Lane in the Central Academic District.

This project included an office addition of four occupied floors and a penthouse similar to the adjacent, recently completed phase I office building; an enclosed pedestrian walkway/bridge linking the two buildings; and an electrical vault in the basement to serve this phase II addition. The first floor now contains a lecture hall and a large conference room with priority use by the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory/Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (NSCL/FRIB). Floors two through four are a combination of fixed and open office space that addresses office needs for up to 100 visitors.


  • Construction began in fall 2010, with substantial completion in September 2011.

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