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Home > News > Sandia National Laboratories' MESA project completed 3 years early, under budget

August 23rd, 2007

Sandia National Laboratories' MESA project completed 3 years early, under budget

Abstract:
The largest construction project in Sandia National Laboratories' history is finished.

The Microsystems and Engineering Sciences Applications project, called MESA, when it was introduced in 1999 was supposed to cost $516 million and be completed in 2011.

Overall, the three-building, 400,000-square-foot MESA complex includes factories, science and research labs and a design facility all focused on the microscopic sciences of microtechnology and nanotechnology.

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