RICHLAND -- A celebration of the completion of the largest construction project in Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's 46-year history is planned April 19.
The Capability Replacement Laboratory project included the construction of several new building on PNNL's main campus in north Richland and work to extend the operating life of four buildings on the Hanford nuclear reservation just north of Richland.
The new and renovated buildings cost more than $300 million and house 750 PNNL staff members.
Speakers at the celebration will include officials from the Department of Energy, the National Nuclear Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security and PNNL.
The event is planned for 9 a.m. at the Physical Sciences Facility courtyard at PNNL off Horn Rapids Road.