AECOM Helps Navy Fleet Readiness Center Establish Calibration Lab

AECOMThe U.S. Navy‘s Fleet Readiness Center Southwest has collaborated with AECOM to establish a laboratory that will offer calibration services worldwide.

AECOM said Monday it helped FRCSW develop the design concept, space plan and operational specifications for the center’s Primary Standards Laboratory.

The new facility is equipped with laboratory infrastructure, a water-saving recirculating system, compressors, a solar thermal process heating unit, chiller and an energy management control system with data cabling, lighting and flooring.

The lab’s civilian and military personnel will use various methods and tools designed to comply with standards established by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, AECOM said.

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