LBNF LongBaseline Neutrino Facility SURF and surrounding community

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LBNF Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility SURF and surrounding community logistics update Mike Headley 12 -13

LBNF Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility SURF and surrounding community logistics update Mike Headley 12 -13 April 2016

Logistics requirements (warm structure) Buffer zone (34 days buffer) Who will do it? 8

Logistics requirements (warm structure) Buffer zone (34 days buffer) Who will do it? 8 -15 beams/day - ~400 mq available (covered storage with crane access) - Easy for truck unloading - 1 to 3 trucks/day Local transport contract (40 tons, up to 17 m, 70 trucks) Temporary storage area (4 years) We expect 2500 tons of material (~65 trucks)/cryo from producer Buffer zone (1 day buffer) - ~100 mq available at the cavern entrance with crane access or transport tools 2 - ~3’ 000 mq available by June 2018 in a building - Material for 1 cryostat available 3 months before starting assembly - Portable or fix 10 tons crane for loading and unloading LBNF

Logistics requirements (cold structure) Buffer zone (34 days buffer) Who will do it? 8

Logistics requirements (cold structure) Buffer zone (34 days buffer) Who will do it? 8 -15/day Local transport contract (20 tons, 120 trucks) Temporary storage area (same as for warm structure) Buffer zone (1 day buffer) - ~100 mq available at the cavern entrance with crane access or transport tools 3 - ~200 mq available (covered storage with crane access) - Easy for truck unloading - 1 to 3 trucks/day We expect ~120 40’ containers from Korea/cryo from producer - ~3’ 000 mq available by Nov 2019 in a building - Material for 1 cryostat available 3 months before starting assembly - Unloading with forklift or small crane LBNF

RFI Overview • • 4 Pending project approval by the Department of Energy (DOE),

RFI Overview • • 4 Pending project approval by the Department of Energy (DOE), the Long Baseline Neutrino Facility (LBNF) and Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) Project could begin construction at the Sanford Underground Research Facility (Sanford Lab) as early as 2017 with construction activities anticipated until approximately 2026. Construction would include underground excavation, installation of conventional facilities systems (HVAC, electrical, plumbing), installation of experiment equipment, and system commissioning. The Project will require varying levels of storage and office space beyond the Sanford Lab’s current capacity. Housing will also be necessary at varying levels and durations. The South Dakota Science and Technology Authority (SDSTA) is asking the local communities to provide descriptions of facilities that may be available within this time frame. General information about projected LBNF/DUNE space needs is provided below. Proximity to the Sanford Lab is preferred. Storage: – A minimum of 60, 000 GSF overall. We would expect this need to be met through multiple, smaller buildings. Please identify if space has overhead crane capabilities. – A minimum of 30, 000 GSF of heated space overall. – Space must be accessible by over-the-road semi-trucks (short forklift transport may be acceptable). – Workshop space may be a desirable option. LBNF

RFI Overview • • • 5 Offices: – Approximately 20 work spaces for project’s

RFI Overview • • • 5 Offices: – Approximately 20 work spaces for project’s duration. Housing: – Average of 50 people over the project duration. – A peak of approximately 200 people is expected in 2021 (for about 6 months). – People stay for anywhere between 1 month and 4 years. – After DUNE is commissioned and operational, expect similar staffing needs with other Sanford Lab experiments of 10 -20 people on average overall with staff rotating in/out on approximately a 2 -to-3 week basis. – We would appreciate your response to include the following information: – List of storage spaces available now or expected to become available in the next few years. – List of short, medium, and long term office space availability. – Projection of short, medium, and long term housing availability. For each of these, provide information (electronically via email) on location, access, GSF, heated or not (storage spaces), distance from Sanford Lab, and who to contact for more information. If cost information is available, please provide. LBNF

HOURS PER DAY PERSONNEL Planning Outputs: Personnel Underground & Ross Shaft Utilization 6 •

HOURS PER DAY PERSONNEL Planning Outputs: Personnel Underground & Ross Shaft Utilization 6 • At peak, 100 on days • 85 on nights • 76% utilization at peak including planned maintenance • Yates provides margin LBNF

Summaries by City 7 LBNF

Summaries by City 7 LBNF