With site work complete on Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s 200,000-square-foot Physical Sciences Facility (foreground), Apollo Construction of Kennewick has begun to lay foundations and erect structural steel. The PSF is one of three new buildings that are part of the Capability Replacement Laboratory, the largest construction project in PNNL’s history.
With site work complete on Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s 200,000-square-foot Physical Sciences Facility (foreground), Apollo Construction of Kennewick has begun to lay foundations and erect structural steel. The PSF is one of three new buildings that are part of the Capability Replacement Laboratory, the largest construction project in PNNL’s history.
With site work complete on Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s 200,000-square-foot Physical Sciences Facility (foreground), Apollo Construction of Kennewick has begun to lay foundations and erect structural steel. The PSF is one of three new buildings that are part of the Capability Replacement Laboratory, the largest construction project in PNNL’s history.

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