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NASA Cryogenic Control Center & Safe Haven for LOX/LH2 Barges

The Control Center is constructed of structural precast concrete wall panels with a precast double tee roof substructure, standing seam metal roofing, fixed aluminum windows, concrete and asphalt paving, and associated mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems. The Safe Haven portion of the project included modifications to the existing cryogenic (liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen) process piping systems utilized in the manufacture of rocket fuel for testing of rocket engines. Also included in the modifications was the addition of vacuum jacketed piping, cryogenic valves, and a barge transfer system.

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Client:

National Aeronautic and Space Administration

Location:

NASA Stennis Space Center, MS

Start Date:

October 2008

Completion Date:

December 2009

Square Footage:

3,550

Categories:

Public

Project Facts:

LEED Certified for New Building Construction

Awards:

2010 Regional Best Specialty Project Award (ENR South Central Construction Magazine)

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