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EMSL Radiochemistry Capability 

Hanford Area

The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, operated by Battelle Memorial Institute, needed to develop EMSL user radiochemistry capability within the 3410 MS&T building. The project was performed within the existing and operational laboratory facility. To make the necessary upgrades to the shell space within the facility, the following architectural modifications were required: Selective demolition of existing construction, steel stud framed walls, drywall, flooring, glazed storefront walls, suspended acoustical ceilings, doors and hardware, laboratory casework and painting. Extensive mechanical and electrical systems were also required to support the nature of work being performed within the new laboratory space. Demolition of existing electrical, HVAC and plumbing systems was required before new construction could be performed. A new filtered exhaust system was added to the mechanical plenum space, which included a new building exhaust fan on the roof. The HVAC system included phoenix air valves, humidifiers, HEPA filter systems, and VAV boxes. Laboratory fume hoods and various lab gas lines were installed throughout the new lab spaces to support the future research that will be performed in the labs.   

Client: Battelle