NNSA Building 3 & 4
National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Campus Expansion
This 1,572,278-square-foot, secure campus houses large and microelectronic manufacturing spaces, cleanrooms for component assembly and testing, laboratories, mission critical operations, offices and warehouse space for the Department of Energy. The campus will house 2,500 employees.
The campus houses non-nuclear, high-tech electronic components and assemblies on a large scale for the NNSA in support of the national defense effort. Spaces provided for large-scale, microelectronic manufacturing and critical process-related production spaces in a clean environment include microelectronic and component assembly and electrical fabrication; excess and reclamation processes; labs and engineering labs; manufacturing and GTS; specialized materials production; plastics and rubber processes; testing and inspection; paint and heat treating; inspection and testing; packaging; special warehouse storage; and shipping.
Of approximately 1.5 million square feet of usable space, it includes more than 150,000 square feet of modular and fixed Class 100, Class 10,000 and Class 100,000 cleanrooms for assembly, electrical fabrications and testing. The mechanical systems are constructed to control and prevent cross-contamination.