- Building One was completed for initial occupancy in February, 2001. It is an 83,000 square foot multi-tenant facility incorporating both office and light laboratory activities. Building One has been the recipient of awards for superior design and construction from the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and the Association of General Contractors (AGC) Best Buildings competition. Building One specifications.
- The facilities in the Research Park offer superior teleconnectivity to advance the collaborative efforts of tenants with other R&D activities, including Los Alamos National Laboratory. Telecommunications services (voice and data) are managed by Blackrock Networks, a BICSI certified network services provider.
- Tenants are eligible to use more than 40 LANL laboratories and facilities, including the research library and advanced computing power, on a contractual basis. For more information see the the User Facilities Directory.
- The campus environment is situated in a ponderosa pine forest with archaeological sites, wildlife habitat and forest trails. The trail system and a wetland area provide beautiful settings for quiet contemplation.
- Expansive views from the Research Park include the Jemez Mountains to the west, the Los Alamos Canyon to the north, and peaks of the Sangre de Cristo mountains to the east.
The Los Alamos Research Park is literally on the edge of two worlds, located between the Los Alamos National Laboratory and a canyon preserve rich in habitat diversity and scenic beauty. The forty acre site is master planned to accomodate five buildings on 20,000 square foot pads plus two parking structures. An attractive, energy-efficient 83,000 square foot building housing high quality office and light laboratory space was completed in 2001. Space possibilities in the Research Park are flexible and range from suites in the existing multi-tenant building to entire buildings designed and built to tenant specifications.