The US government recently announced a $3.5 billion contract to build a $1.5 million civil engineering lab in the Omaha suburb of Lincoln.
The lab will be housed in the Lincoln Science Center, the same building that housed the US Air Force’s Langley Research Center, which in turn was the site of the US Army’s Langmuir Research Center during World War II.
According to a news release, the US Department of Energy is constructing a $500 million facility at the Lincoln Research Center.
It is the largest civil engineering facility in the US and the largest research facility in America.
The project will support the national security and defense laboratories of the Department of Defense.
The Langmuirc Research Center will be the largest military-wide research facility of its kind in the world, according to the Langmuur website.
It will include two laboratories, one for civil and the other for defense and science.
The Langmuirs research center, the second of its type in the United States, was founded in 1958 by Dr. William W. Langmuirt and Dr. Thomas A. Buehler.
The first Langmuair was built at Fort Drum, New York, in 1945.
It was a research facility that was used to develop the Manhattan Project, the Manhattan Institute, and the development of nuclear weapons.
The lab, which is located in Lincoln, Nebraska, is expected to open in 2019.