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During September 2002, construction on the Terascale Simulation Facility (TSF) focused on erecting the structural steel for the computer rooms. Two 128-foot by 192-foot two-story computer rooms will provide a total of 48,000 square feet of space for computer systems.

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One of two computer rooms
One of two computer rooms.

Reinforcing of footings and grade beam with rebar
Another view of a computer room.

The computer rooms. A wall will divide the room into two, but 
                it will be able to be removed
The computer rooms. A wall will divide the room into two, but it will be able to be removed.

A roof with a view
A roof with a view.
The mechanical room under the computer rooms will house air handlers to cool the computers
The mechanical room under the computer rooms will house air handlers to cool the computers.
The computer rooms, with the foundation for the lobby of the office section in the foreground
The computer rooms, with the foundation for the lobby of the office section in the foreground.
The west computer room
The west computer room.
The computer rooms and foundation of the office section
The computer rooms and foundation of the office section.
Installation of the last double column of the computer section, at the southeast corner of the computer rooms
Installation of the last double column of the computer section, at the southeast corner of the computer rooms.
The foundation for the office section and the computer area
The foundation for the office section and the computer area.
The structural steel for both computer rooms is complete, and most of the second floor steel decking is installed
The structural steel for both computer rooms is complete, and most of the second floor steel decking is installed.
Rebar is installed in the computer room floor
Rebar is installed in the computer room floor.