Sandia LabNews

April 2, 2004

FESTIVAL OF THE CRANES — Construction cranes, including a 190-foot giant, tower over the MESA construction site on the east side of Tech Area 1. The cranes, brought in by general contractor Hensel-Phelps for work on the MESA MicroLab facility, are the most visible sign yet that the MESA project is moving full speed ahead. The multibuilding MESA complex, scheduled to be completed in 2007 with a price tag of more than $450 million, is the largest building project in Sandia’s history.

In this issue…

  • Sandia researchers discard organizational lines to prototype innovative MESA work arrangement
  • Sandia workers evacuated from Carlsbad office for seven days following gas well blowout, fire
  • Sandia, three Texas institutions announce research partnership
  • UC Davis, Sandia create two Excellence in Engineering fellowships to begin in fall at California site
  • Role of biology in national labs research highlighted
  • Rochelle Lari talks about differences in culture and Iranian post-revolution environment
  • Cyber Enterprise Management gets a new home
  • Habitat for Humanity opens ReStore, and everyone wins
  • KNME sponsors Science Crawl in Old Town Saturday, April 3