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Report from GS User CommissionG. PassalevaJune 15, 2011
ACCUACCUTable of contentsIntroduction CERN Master PlanRecognition of CERN sitesView of CERN towards 2030The Cern CampusThe CERN campus 2030CommentsOutlook
15/06/11ACCU Meeting2ACCU1. IntroductionCERN is preparing a Master Plan in view of the aging infrastructure, more and more users and visitors, and more and more space issues. The future of CERN depends on the implementation of its Master Plan, which is enabling a vision of the future and ensuring its development based on a structured action plan.
This Master Plan is not only a need but also a request from the local authorities and will ease the granting of construction permits. It is an opportunity to have a close partnership with local authorities and to show that CERN, as major local actor, is integrated in the local and economic infrastructure and open to suggestions. CERN will become a campus open to the world, requiring a town planner also. The Master Plan is being discussing in the new GS Users Commission, where ACCU is represented by G. Bobbink and G. Passaleva.
15/06/11ACCU Meeting3ACCU2. Cern Master Plan
Plan milestones already quite well established
For every phase a consultation with the parts involved is foreseen
Users take part in this decisional path.
First step: pre-diagnostics15/06/11ACCU Meeting4ACCU3. Recognition of CERN sites
15/06/11ACCU Meeting5A pre-diagnostics study has been performed by several organisms.Most recurrent words: DisorganizationConfusionMissing coherenceBad use of green spacesCar invasionMissing general view of space organizationAll the above is normal for a lab which is there since 65 years and that has known an extremely fast evolution in the last 10-20 years ACCU4. View of CERN towards 203015/06/11ACCU Meeting6Three different urban organization models have been considered:Activty district ( e.g industrial district, shopping area etc.)Town quarter (e.g. university quarter)Campus
123ACCU5. The CERN campus15/06/11ACCU Meeting7
A couple of artist renderings:Entrance B
Main bldg, Bldg 40 areaACCU5. The CERN campus 203015/06/11ACCU Meeting8
LandscapeUrban PlanningMobilityEnvironmentProject milestones2015202020252030ACCU7. CommentsMy personal view:huge project with many interconnections and impact on many areas: Consultation with the CERN community is essential !Pre-diagnostic and projects seems to me too much oriented to the urban organization with scarce consideration to CERNs main vocation: SCIENCE !CERN in some sense IS NOT a campus, it is a research center, with many research infrastructuresCERN evolution must take into account also scientific infrastructure evolution: new machines, new labs, new experimentsThe presentation of Luigi Scibile to me sets the correct stage (see next 2 slides): work by objectives; fix the strategies15/06/11ACCU Meeting9ACCUObjectives & StrategiesFix the objectives for the 2030:Make the site more efficient in its operationsOrganize the site to host more users (1000, 5000, 10000 scenarios)Improve and promote the external image of CERN, centre of excellence for the particle physics experiments, large worldwide collaborations, physics forum and exchange. Maintain/Renovate/rebuild the old building before they fall down.Organize the future urban works in line with the sustainable development (environment, energy, etc.)
Fix the strategies to attain the objectives (strategic plan)See next slide ->
20.05.2011L. Scibile GS-SE EDMS: 114570510Example 1Fix the objectives for the 2030:
Make the site more efficient in its operationsOrganize the site to host more users (1000, 5000, 10000 scenarios)Improve and promote the external image of CERN, centre of excellent for the particle physics experiments, large worldwide collaborations, physics forum and exchange. Maintain/Renovate/rebuild the old building before they fall down.Organize the future urban works in line with the sustainable development (environment, energy, etc.)
20.05.2011L. Scibile GS-SE EDMS: 114570511Fix the strategies to attain the objectives:HOW?Collect the needs and expectations from the CERN departmentsRe-organize the logistics and processes by grouping activities (building re-affectation, etc)Transport of people, materials, mobilityMeetings/forums and meeting places and work organizationUrban organizationSedentary scientists and administratorsTechnical support to the acceleratorsEngineering work for new machines and upgradesOperation of the accelerators and annexed infrastructure More..