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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Invasive Species Research Building Project Records --

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: NWRC 0003
Abstract The purpose of the Invasive Species Research Building project was to develop a research facility to be used to combat the nation’s growing invasive species problem. It would be used to study these species and formulate methods for controlling their spread and damage. It included laboratory space, a cage washing facility, a necropsy room, and climate-controlled animal rooms. The project was initiated in the summer of 2002 and was headed up by William Dusenberry, the Program Manager for...
Dates: 2002-2008

Outdoor Pen Project Records --

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: NWRC 0001
Abstract The goal of the Outdoor Pen Project was to build several specialized outdoor pen facilities for conducting studies on live animals and birds as well as to build a warehouse, garage/shop building, and bulk chemical storage facility. William Dusenberry, the Program Manager for Facility Planning and Development at the NWRC, spearheaded the project and served as the main correspondent between the NWRC and the various contractors. The project was set in motion in early 1994, when the LEO A DALY...
Dates: 1994 - 2010

Series I: Pre-Planning and Preparation, 1994 - 2000

Scope and Contents

The Pre-Planning and Preparation series was received from Bill Dusenberry in 2001. It contains documents from 1994-2000 and contains all the pre-construction planning and research that occurred before the Outdoor Pens and associated buildings could be built. Includes cost estimates, architectural sketches, reviews, assessments, and email correspondences.

Dates: 1994 - 2000

Series II: Construction, 2001 - 2004

Scope and Contents

The second series, Construction, arrived in 2003 and contains all documents pertaining to the actual construction process of the Outdoor Pens and associated buildings, such as blueprints, construction schedules, and changes to the original design plan. These documents cover the period of 2001-2004.

Dates: 2001 - 2004

Wildlife Disease Research Building Records --

Identifier: NWRC 0021
Abstract Planning for the Wildlife Disease Research Building began in January 2007. This building was to be attached to the east side of the Animal Research Building and Invasive Species Research Building. It would contain state-of-the-art BLS-3 facilities for research on wildlife and their diseases. The planning process had reached the Solicitation for Offers phase when the financial crisis of 2008 caused major budget cuts. This stalled the project and resulted in the decision to take a step...
Dates: 2007-2010