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The Proton Pagoda Model

Don Moll with Proton Pagoda model

Photo by Tim Fielding, NAL

Don Moll, DUSAF Project Architect, studies a model of the "Proton Pagoda," a new building now being designed for the NAL Proton Area. The two-level steel and glass structure is pierced by a cylinder, 10 feet in diameter, containing two intertwining curving steel stairs. The upper level, 24 feet square, contains an operations center for the Proton Area. It sits 40 feet above grade and affords a commanding view of the Proton Area. Access will be from a parking lot on the south side.