PAB parking lot closure

As part of the TPL Oil Switch Replacement Project, the southwest parking lot located at the PAB (Proton Assembly Building) will be closed from Tuesday, Sept. 7, at 7 a.m. through Friday, Oct. 29 at 3 p.m.  We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience. Please click the link below for a map. 2021-09-02_61312fb0a4956_PABParkingLotClosure2021-09-07-10-29  

The Receiving Department will be closed and participating in the voluntary winter break; however, they will be on call to support approved emergency requests. If you require approval for an emergent receiving request please contact Jackie Nickon to make arrangements.

The Badging Office and Users Office will be closed the following days: Thursday, Dec. 24 Friday, Dec. 25 Thursday, Dec. 31 Friday, Jan. 1 We will have limited office hours Monday through Wednesday the weeks of Dec. 21 and 28; emails will be responded to as soon as we return to the office. Please see our websites for more information and answers to FAQs: Subcontractors: Users:

The Stockroom will be closed during the winter break from Dec. 24, 2020, to Jan. 3, 2021. This will affect drinking water and gas cylinder deliveries and access to COVID and general supplies. The last day for drinking water and gas cylinder deliveries will be Dec. 23; they will resume the week of Jan. 4, 2021. Please plan accordingly. If there is an emergency situation during this time, contact Gary Golinski at or x4175.

The Badging Office will be closed Thursday and Friday, Dec. 17 and 18. No badging service will be available on either of these days. Sorry for any inconvenience.  

Green cones are beginning to show up in the parking lots — a sure sign of winter coming to Fermilab, which means it’s time to take more care walking in parking lots and choosing where to park. This winter, in addition to parking restrictions, there will also be a few road closures.

The LBNF Construction Zone has been updated to allow easier access to MI-10 and MI-20; however, Indian Creek road between MI-10 and MI-20 remains closed to thru traffic — this means vehicles and pedestrians. This is an active construction zone. Access to this area requires PPE and check-in with LBNF construction coordinators. To access MI-20, you must drive the long way around the Main Injector. Safety is our priority.