First beneficial occupancy granted to MC-1 Building

The Refrigeration Room of the MC-1 Building has been turned over to the lab to start installing cryogenic equipment. Photo: Cindy Arnold

The construction of the MC-1 Building has reached a major milestone by granting beneficial occupancy to the laboratory of the one-story Refrigeration Room. This allows the Accelerator and Particle Physics divisions access to the building to start installing the cryogenic plant necessary to support the Muon g-2 and Mu2e experiments. The next beneficial occupancy, scheduled for February, is that of the high-bay area of the building, which will allow the Muon g-2 experiment to begin installing the storage ring currently stored outside of the Meson Detector Building.

Russ Alber