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					NSLS-II Project Update




            Aesook Byon
   NSLS-II Deputy Project Director
               CFAC
           October 5, 2010
                  1                  BROOKHAVEN SCIENCE ASSOCIATES
                  Key Project Milestones
Aug 2005    CD-0, Approve Mission Need                                      (Complete)
 Jul 2007   CD-1, Approve Alternative Selection and Cost Range              (Complete)
Jan 2008    CD-2, Approve Performance Baseline                              (Complete)
Jan 2009    CD-3, Approve Start of Construction                             (Complete)
Feb 2009    Contract Award for Ring Building                                (Complete)
Aug 2009    Contract Award for Storage Ring Magnets                         (Complete)
May 2010    Contract Award for Booster System                               (Complete)
Feb 2011    1st Pentant Ring Building Beneficial Occupancy; Begin Accelerator Installation
Feb 2012    Beneficial Occupancy of Experimental Floor
Oct 2013    Start Accelerator Commissioning
Feb 2014    Projected Early Completion; Ring Available to Beamlines
Jun 2014    Early Project Completion; Ring Available to Beamlines
Jun 2015    CD-4, Approve Start of Operations




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                                                                Schedule
                      FY05           FY06         FY07          FY08          FY09          FY10         FY11        FY12        FY13         FY14          FY15

                      CD-0                        CD-1           CD-2              CD-3                                                                CD-4
   Critical            Approve                 Approve       Approve               Approve Start of                                          Approve Project
  Decisions       Mission Need            Selection and      Performance           Construction                                                  Completion
                     Aug 05 (A)            Cost Range        Baseline              Jan 09 (A)                                                       June 15
                                              Jul 07 (A)     Jan 08 (A)
                                  Conceptual Design
                   Aug 05                                   Jul 07
                                                                     Sep 08
    Design                        Conventional Facilities
                                                                                                                       Storage Ring Ready for
                                  Experimental Facilities                                                              Commissioning May 13


                                                                                                                                            Early Completion
                                  Accelerator Systems                              Procurement, Fabrication, Installation and Test               June 14
 Construction
 & Installation                                                                                                                                Projected
                                                             Long Lead                                                                         Early Completion
                                  Conventional Facilities                                             Construction                             Feb 14
                                                                   Oct 08



Commissioning                                                                                                                          Commissioning & Pre-Ops
     and
   Pre-Ops



    Legend         (A) Actual         Completed          Planned       Data Date         Level 0 Milestone           Schedule Contingency        Critical Path




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                                   NSLS-II Performance through August 2010
                                            On Budget -- On Schedule
            1,000
                                                                                             907.0           912.0
             900                                                               858.3

                           Scheduled Work    37.7%                    787.0                                     780.6
             800
                           Performed Work    36.8%
                           Actual Cost       36.2%
             700                                                                                                719.0
MILLION $




                                                              627.9

             600

             500                                      474.8


             400
                                              333.8

             300
                                                                                       Total Funds
             200                                                                       Current Budget
                                                                                       Original Baseline
                                     80.5                                              Earned Value
             100
                            30.8                                                       Actual Cost
                    5.8
               0
                    FY06     FY07     FY08     FY09    FY10    FY11     FY12     FY13         FY14         FY15

            Middle of a steep slope with a significant burn rate (~$20M/month)
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           Cost, Schedule & % completion
On budget: CPI = 1.02
On schedule: SPI = 0.98
         Dec ’10 ~47%
        Mar ’11 ~55%
        Jun ’11 ~63%



            Sep 2010    Peak in Dec 2010


   Monthly Burn Rate




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                             Staffing
• NSLS-II staff growth progressing in accord with staffing plan
• Currently at ~262 and growing
• 20 Hire Requisitions open or in process




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                Accelerator Systems Status
• All critical technical issues have been addressed and solved
• Accelerator Systems Designs are nearly complete
  • Prototyping and final technical design reviews for most of components completed
  • Remaining Designs: Insertion Devices (45% complete), BPM electronics (90%), front-
    ends (90%), injection pulsed magnets (20%), miscellaneous diagnostics (35%)
• Production started: magnets, girders, vacuum chambers, vacuum pumps,
  power supply components, electronic rack systems, BPM buttons, clean
  rooms, ID measurement
• Contracts awarded for LINAC, Booster, RF transmitters
• Upcoming contract awards: cryogenic plant, superconducting RF cavities,
  transport line magnets, damping wigglers, vacuum valves, front-end
  components
Accelerator systems have moved into the production phase

                                              7                          BROOKHAVEN SCIENCE ASSOCIATES
                          Storage Ring Magnets
                           based on successful prototypes
 Normal                        Wide                   156mm and 100
 Quadrupole                    Quadrupole             mm DC dipole
 Magnet 120                    120 Units to be        correctors (192
 Units to be built             built by TESLA         units) to be built
 by BINP                       Ltd                    by Everson Tesla


 Normal
 Sextupole                     Wide Sextupole               Dipoles 54 units 35 mm
 169 Units to                  75 Units to be               gap and 6 units with
 be built by                   built by IHEP                90mm gap to by built by
 Danfysik                                                   Buckley


30 large aperture
sextupoles and 60 large
aperture quadrupoles
To be built by Buckley
Industries

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Vacuum Chambers

   Completed
   Dipole Magnet
   Vacuum
   Chambers




                   First INCONEL Chamber for Girder S4


           Completed
           Multipole
           Vacuum
           Chambers


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                 Experimental Facilities Status
         Inelastic x-ray     • Done preliminary designs
         scattering            (65% design complete)             100m long
         (IXS)               • Procurement plans in place                             Hard x-ray
                               and long lead-time                                     nanoprobe
                        1 meV procurements on track to                                (HXN)
                               start this fall
                0.1 meV      • Good progress on
                               nanometer focusing and
                               high energy resolution
                               optics development

                                                                             Coherent soft x-ray
X-ray powder                                                               scattering/polarization
diffraction                                                                                 (CSX)
(XPD)




                            Sub-mm resolution                           Coherent hard x-ray
                            x-ray spectroscopy                             scattering (CHX)
                                         (SRX) 10           30m long hutch
                                                                      BROOKHAVEN SCIENCE ASSOCIATES
               Procurement Performance
                         Award Date              Cost
Description          Baseline Actual    Estimated     Actual
Commissioning         Aug 08 Oct 08      $830 K       $301 K
Site prep             Nov 08 Nov 08      $657 K       $501 K
APS Welding           Jan 09 Feb 09       $1.7 M      $1.7 M
Ring Building         Feb 09 Feb 09      $167 M       $173 M
8 Unit Substation     Apr 09   Apr 09     $3.0 M      $3.2 M
Switch Gear           May 09 Apr 09      $445 K       $342 K            Excellent
Transformers          May 09 May 09       $1.1 M      $0.7 M
Substation Exp        Jul 09   Jul 09     $1.8 M      $1.1 M           Performance
Chilled Water Plant May 09     Jul 09     $8.4 M      $8.3 M
Chilled Water Piping Jun 09 Aug 09        $1.0 M      $1.4 M
Magnets               Aug 09 Oct 09       $18 M      $17.4 M
Linac                 Feb 10   Apr 10     $8.5 M      $7.9 M
Booster               Mar 10 May 10     $14.7 M      $14.0 M
LOB                   Oct 11 Aug 10       $40 M        $34 M
                                Total   $272.2M     $267.6M    (98%)


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        Cost Baseline, Contingency, and Risks
  Burdened & Escalated                                  ($M)
                                                                  Planned work                      $781M
                                  CD-2     Current
                                 Baseline Baseline   EAC +        Completed work                    $303M
WBS             Title              Cost   Sep 2010   Risks        Committed work-to-go              $188M
 1.1   Project Management            52.5     59.8      12.9
 1.3   Accelerator Systems          242.2    267.4      25.5
                                                                  Uncommitted work-to-go            $290M
 1.4   Experimental Facilities       72.8     69.1      15.4
 1.5   Conventional Facilities
       TEC Contingency
                                    240.8
                                    183.0
                                             273.9
                                             121.0
                                                        11.4
                                                                  • Healthy outlook on remaining
       TEC Total                    791.2    791.2      65.1        contingency
1.2 R&D and Concpt Design            60.6     60.6                • Possible to consider additional
1.6 Pre-Operations                   50.2     50.2                  scope in order to maximize
    OPC Contingency                  10.0     10.0
                                                                    scientific potential of the facility
                                                                  • But, careful planning is still
    OPC Total                       120.8    120.8          0.0
       TPC                          912.0    912.0      65.1
                                                                    required in order to
       ∆EAC ($13M) + Risks ($52M)                     $65M          • guarantee early project completion
                                                                    • maintain enough safety margin in
       25% of Uncommitted Work-to-go                  $73M
                                                                      contingency for the remaining
       Available Contingency                         $131M            project execution

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Contingency Tracking To Date
    Contingency as a % of Remaining Work




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                   Potential Scope Additions
                                                                 decision Cumulative
priority WBS     Description                         cost ($K)
                                                                  date     cost ($K)
   1   1.3.4.6   2nd RF transmitter (300 → 500 mA)    $3,000     Sep-10             $3,000
  2A   1.4.5     Beamline Scope Enhancements          $8,992     various           $11,992
  2B   1.4.5     Beamline Detectors                   $3,672     various           $15,664
  3A   1.4.5.2   1 nm Capability                      $2,262     various           $17,927
  3B   1.4.5.1   0.1 meV Capability                   $3,080     various           $21,007
   4   1.5.3.6   Full fitout of LOB 2                 $6,000     Nov-12            $27,007
   5   1.5.3.6   Construct LOB 4 Shell                $7,500     Apr-11            $34,507
   6   1.5.3.6   Full fitout of LOB 4                 $6,000     Nov-12            $40,507
   7   1.3.4.6   SC Cavity #3                         $2,500     Dec-11            $43,007
   8   1.3.4.6   3rd RF transmitter                   $3,000     Sep-12            $46,007
   9   1.5.3.6   Construct LOB 5 Shell                $7,500     Apr-11            $53,507
  10   1.5.3.6   Full fitout of LOB 5                 $6,000     Nov-12            $59,507
  11   1.3.4.6   SC Cavity #4                         $2,500     Dec-11            $62,007
  12   1.3.4.6   4th RF transmitter                   $3,000     Sep-12            $65,007


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Recent & Upcoming Reviews & Meetings
12 Beamline Development Workshops                          Apr–Jun
2 Utility System Design Reviews                            Jun
Radiation Safety Workshop                                  Jun 22–23
3 Final Design Reviews: Electrical Sys. & Power Supplies   May–Jul
7 Magnet Production Readiness Reviews                      July–Aug
6 BAT meetings                                             Jul
7 SAC Proposal Study Panel meetings                        Jul
Timing and Fast Orbit Feedback Workshop                    Jul
Light Sources Directorate SAC meeting                      Aug 12–13
DOE Project Mini-review                                    Aug 25
Insertion Device Review                                    Sep 14-15
Conventional Facilities Advisory Committee                 Oct 5–6
Accelerator Systems Advisory Committee                     Oct 14–15
PDR Review of Experimental Facilities                      Oct 19-20
DOE Project Review                                         Nov 16–18
Project Advisory Committee                                 Feb 8-9, 2011



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            Successful DOE Review
DOE mini-review on Aug 25, 2010
“The overall technical and cost performance is excellent
and the safety performance has improved substantially.
Schedule performance needs attention and is being
addressed.”

                Keep up the good work!




                            16                BROOKHAVEN SCIENCE ASSOCIATES
           Directorate Reorganization
• Effective October 1, 2010 the Light Sources Directorate is
 being reorganized into Photon Sciences Directorate

• The Photon Sciences Directorate will be more integrated,
 with organizational structure that includes all staff and
 activities

• New directorate structure will be sufficiently adaptive to
 sustain us through current mix of projects and well into
 NSLS-II operations


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                 Status of NSLS-II Project
• Excellent progress
• Project is 39% complete as of end of September 2010
  • Full construction phase with a burn rate of ~$20M in September, ramping up
   to ~$24M in December
• On schedule and on budget
  • Excellent technical, cost & schedule performance to date
  • All major procurements awarded 2% under planned cost
  • $150M ARRA funds accelerated project schedule and reduced risk
  • Sound cost baseline with healthy remaining contingency
  • 16 month float based on technically limited schedule has been holding for
   last one year (since September 2009)




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