$40.1M NOvA Far Detector Building in Minn. designed by Burns & McDonnell

09/9/2013 | Finance and Commerce (Minneapolis)

Burns & McDonnell provided the architectural and engineering services for the $40.1 million NOvA Far Detector Building at the University of Minnesota site in Ash River Falls, Minn. The 350-foot-long concrete structure includes a roof with a "63-foot clear span, pre-stressed concrete beam support system to accommodate movable access platforms, facilitating detector construction and maintenance," writes Brad Allen.

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