You can find this at the Heavy Assembly Building, adjacent to the IARC Office, Technical and Education Building.

The building that housed the CDF detector for almost 20 years is now officially named Heavy Assembly Building, or HAB. HAB is part of the Illinois Accelerator Research Center complex and is currently being refurbished to support the IARC mission.

Several people recently asked me why the “Future Home of IARC” sign is still up, given that this summer the IARC, the Office of Partnerships and Technology Transfer, and PIP-II headquarters personnel moved into their new offices in the state-funded Office, Technical, and Engineering (OTE) building at the Illinois Accelerator Research Center. The short answer is simply: “Because IARC is not yet done!” While State of Illinois funding for the shell OTE Building arrived as one big check, DOE’s contributions…