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Cyclotron – Office and Low Energy Research Additions

Project phase: Archived

The National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (NSCL) is located west of Bogue Street between South Shaw Lane and Wilson Road in the Central Academic District.

The addition will be a simple building with a 20-foot interior clear height and structural support for possible future vertical expansion. The low-energy experimental area will be located north of the NSCL high crane bay and east of the existing office wing. It will house experimental equipment served by a new reaccelerator or system currently under construction in the east high bay.

Impacts to pedestrian, motorist, bikers: 

  • South Shaw Lane will be down to one lane during summer 2009 to accommodate construction activity.

Timeline: 

  • Construction began in May 2008 and was completed in 2011.

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