Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory B223 22,000 sq. ft.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory B224 19,000 sq. ft.
Scope of Work:
Sheet Metal Detailing
Type of Project:
AutoCAD Fabrication; Navisworks
BIM Designs, Inc. was responsible for detailing and coordination services, design drawings, and a bill of materials for LLNL B223 - Polymers and Engineering Facility and LLNL B224 - General Office Building that meet or exceed the requirements of our client.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has awarded a major subcontract to FEMTOLASER Produktions GmbH (based in Vienna, Austria) as part of the construction of a revolutionary high-power laser system for the European ELI-Beamlines science facility in the Czech Republic.
The ELI-Beamlines facility represents an investment of nearly 7 billion Czech crowns (about $350 million) on behalf of the European Union and Czech Republic government. It forms part of the pan-European ELI project, and is being designed to significantly advance the state-of-the-art for high power lasers, allowing international scientific research in areas as diverse as medical imaging, particle acceleration, biophysics, chemistry and quantum physics.
"ELI will become the first international laser research facility, much like a 'CERN for laser research,' hosting some of the world's most powerful lasers enabling a new era of unique research opportunities for users from all countries," said Professor Wolfgang Sandner, director general of the ELI-Delivery Consortium International Association (AIBSL). "ELI is proud to find support for these ambitious goals from outstanding partners in international research and industry, such as LLNL and FEMTOLASERS GmbH."