Frank Klotz symbolically packed the Department of Energy shield as the final act in the National Nuclear Security Administration’s 18-month move from the Bannister Federal Complex to the National Security Campus. At left is Stefan Komarek, receiving site leader with the National Security Campus. Second from left is Brad Hughes, director of Kansas City Responsive Infrastructure, Manufacturing and Sourcing.
Frank Klotz symbolically packed the Department of Energy shield as the final act in the National Nuclear Security Administration’s 18-month move from the Bannister Federal Complex to the National Security Campus. At left is Stefan Komarek, receiving site leader with the National Security Campus. Second from left is Brad Hughes, director of Kansas City Responsive Infrastructure, Manufacturing and Sourcing. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Frank Klotz symbolically packed the Department of Energy shield as the final act in the National Nuclear Security Administration’s 18-month move from the Bannister Federal Complex to the National Security Campus. At left is Stefan Komarek, receiving site leader with the National Security Campus. Second from left is Brad Hughes, director of Kansas City Responsive Infrastructure, Manufacturing and Sourcing. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Bannister Federal Complex moves forward with closing

July 08, 2014 10:52 AM

UPDATED July 08, 2014 08:41 PM

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