January 31, 2010 in City

INL maps out plan for campus

Associated Press
 

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho – The Idaho National Laboratory plans to create a complex in Idaho Falls so that workers will be located closer together rather than spread out over the city.

Dave Hill, the INL deputy director for science and technology, said the INL hopes to fill in gaps between buildings over the next five years and make a complete campus.

New buildings include a testing demonstration center, a research and education lab and a cafeteria, he said.

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