Karen Kosky

Fermilab enters a new era of facility management this week as the Centralized Facility Management program officially kicks off. Centralized Facility Management (CFM) brings the management of all* conventional facilities under one (virtual) roof.

Fermilab is entering a new era of facility management. For decades, facilities have been managed by individual divisions and sections, using tailored but varying standards and methods. Centralized Facility Management (CFM) will bring these functions under one (virtual) roof, and will standardize the way we plan for, identify, diagnose and execute facility management.

Jackie Nickon, supervisor of the Fermilab Receiving Operation, showcases her COVID-19-safe personal protective equipment and her "old school" 6-foot safety tool. Dennis McAuliff and Luis Martinez stand ready — and distanced — to safely keep goods moving at the site. people Photo: Karen Kosky

Jackie Nickon, supervisor of the Fermilab Receiving Operation, showcases her COVID-19-safe personal protective equipment and her “old school” 6-foot safety tool. Dennis McAuliff and Luis Martinez stand ready — and distanced — to safely keep goods moving at the site.

A photo of a woman with curly brown hair and glasses in a blue collared shirt and necklace in front of a natural looking blurred background.

Wilson Hall modernization has been, and will be, an important ongoing initiative to maintain the viability of this landmark building. Here’s a summary of some of the 2018 Wilson Hall modernization projects.