Infrastructure News

Arup selected to provide multidisciplinary services for Fermilab’s Utilities Infrastructure Project





Kathryn Hohs

Americas Press Office,Los Angeles




10 January 2023



Fermilab National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab), the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory specializing in high-energy particle physics, has selected Arup to provide architectural and engineering (AE) services, stormwater management and watershed protection consulting, and advanced systems control consulting for their latest project, the Utilities Infrastructure Project (UIP). The project, which will take place over a phased 10-year program, will modernize Fermilab’s utilities infrastructure to provide world-class facilities for scientific research and experiments.

As a part of the DOE’s Office of Science’s ongoing mission to advance new experiments and research programs to transform the understanding of nature, the UIP will make critical upgrades to Fermilab’s Central Utility Building (CUB) and distributed site utility infrastructure. Through this project, Fermilab also aims to further develop its site in hopes of fostering a safe and healthy campus while maximizing the value of their facilities.



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