IERC

The sun shines brightly off of IERC and WIlson Hall at dawn. The architect’s design concept for the roof of IERC to mimic the shape of Wilson Hall (rotated 90 degrees) is evident in the pond’s reflection.

From Lab Manager, June 29, 2021: The new Fermilab Integrated Engineering Research Center (IERC) is the first cross-divisional facility on Fermilab’s campus spanning over 79,208 gross sq. ft. The IERC will serve as an integrator for various research efforts and is expected to be complete June 2022.

A construction site in front of a 16-story building. A yellow crane near the center of the photo telescopes up. The structure is made of many steel beams. The ground is sandy. In the foreground, orange cones with orange and white tape bar off the site. In the background, a blue sky with white clouds.

Here, structural steel is being erected for the new Integrated Engineering Research Center, or IERC, building. In April 2021, the IERC team completed the steel structure for the new building.

Beginning Monday, April 26 through November 30, the Wilson Hall atrium-level restrooms will be closed to make way for the new Integrated Engineering Research Center crossover. There will be signage directing people to the three restrooms on the ground floor and the two restrooms on the second floor. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we build the lab’s future.