Skip to main content
Michigan State UniversityMichigan State UniversityInfrastructure Planning and Facilities

Facility for Rare Isotope Beams – Utility Relocation Phase II

Project phase: Archived

Construction is scheduled to commence in 2012 on the primary building for the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams  (FRIB). Prior to start of this work, the University must relocate utilities to support FRIB in a manner that manages potential timing and staging conflicts between these utility requirements and the ongoing Cyclotron High Bay addition.

This project is located in the central academic district, roughly bounded by the Biochemistry Building, Wharton Center, Plant and Soil Sciences and the Cyclotron.

This project includes the relocation of chilled water main distribution, electrical and communication duct banks, steam tunnels and a natural gas main.


  • Construction for this project is planned to begin in May 2011 with substantial completion in June 2012, and final completion in December 2012.

Questions, comments, concerns?

Design representative

Construction representative