Doing Business with LBNF

Thank you for your interest in doing business with LBNF. LBNF is a decade-long initiative to create the facilities at both Fermilab and SURF necessary to support the DUNE experiment. LBNF is an international project and works with U.S. and international vendors and contractors.

Our staff works to procure quality and cost-effective services, equipment and materials that support the project's science and technology missions in accordance with Fermilab standards. A listing of the upcoming contract opportunities will be linked from this page soon. Our procurement contacts are listed below.

The Doing Business with Fermilab page provides Terms & Conditions for Subcontractors/Offerors, Procurement, Intellectual Property, and Proprietary Data, and information on Accounting and Finance.

LBNF Procurement Contacts (list)

thumbnailLBNF procurement managers James Hohbein and Troy Lark

Please direct inquiries about LBNF opportunities (other than KAJV CM/GC) to the appropriate LBNF procurement contact.

Kiewitt-Alberici Joint Venture (KAJV) Contact

David Neidballa, Project Manager / Business Development Lead at Kiewit Alberici Joint Venture (KAJV)

Please direct inquiries associated with the LBNF far site CM/GC construction project to David Neidballa (773-458-1250 Ext. 1301 david.neidballa@kiewit.com). This work includes surface and shaft infrastructure (including utilities), drifts and caverns for the first two detector modules, and a central utility cavern for conventional and cryogenics equipment.

LBNF Far Site: SURF

thumbnailThe Yates headframe at SURF. Credit: SURF

Also see the Contractors and Vendors page for the Sanford Underground Research Facility (SURF). LBNF is preparing facilities at SURF both at the surface and at 4,850 ft (1,480 m) underground for the DUNE experiment’s liquid argon far detector.

A commitment to Environment, Safety, Health and Quality

At Fermilab, the health and safety of all who work here and our stewardship of the environment is paramount. We think that the best, most effective and least costly way to accomplish our goals is to do so with an established integrated quality assurance program and an integrated safety management program. We think that the most effective, well managed businesses are those that share our view of the importance of quality, working safely – with out injury to workers or to the public – and with respect for the environment.

— Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer