KCP Field Office hosts leadership meeting

The Kansas City Field Office recently hosted the semi-annual NA-00 Leadership meeting for field managers and headquarters' senior management team. During the visit, Associate Principal Deputy Administrator Michael Lempke and the group toured the advanced manufacturing areas of the newly constructed National Security Campus. Relocation activities are in full swing as the Kansas City Plant nears the midway point of one of the largest industrial moves in the United States.

This on-time, on-budget project represents a significant part of NNSA's focus on modernization and infrastructure investment. The modern campus showcases innovation and cost savings, highlighted by environmentally friendly features and innovative space management. Several years of significant planning laid the foundation for a successful relocation while maintaining dual operations at both facilities for uninterrupted delivery of mission critical components. The Kansas City Plant will be fully moved into the National Security Campus by August 2014.

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Associate Principal Deputy Administrator Michael Lempke (center) and Mark Holecek, Kansas City Field Office Manager, tour the advanced manufacturing areas of the newly constructed National Security Campus.

The Kansas City Field Office hosted the semi-annual NA-00 Leadership meeting for field managers and headquarters' senior management team on Aug. 6-8.

KCP Field Office hosts leadership meeting

KCP Field Office hosts leadership meeting

Aug 14, 2013 at 4:00 pm