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Field and Systems Engineering

From first-of-a-kind prototypic designs through field-deployed systems, our multi-disciplined teams provide cutting-edge research, development, and engineering services to a variety of PNNL mission spaces including energy and renewable resources; non-proliferation detection and deterrence systems; and environmental monitoring and remediation.

Systems Engineering

Systems Engineering

Under a full complement of engineering capabilities including professional licensing, EA&E systems engineering teams have led and facilitated the design, testing, and deployment of infrastructure, equipment, and instrumentation for a variety of complex sponsor needs, including conducting site surveys; developing plans, budgets, and schedules; identifying functions, requirements, and specifications and reviewing design packages; identifying/resolving engineering design and deployment issues; developing processes; defining configuration control/changes; estimating life-cycle costs; overseeing contractor and construction activities; and resolving system interface and integration issues.

Prototypics and Feasibility Studies

Prototypics and Feasibility Studies

Ranging from design and operation of an R&D 100-winning solar-thermochemical energy conversion system to deploying sampling, characterization, and environmental remediation technologies, our systems engineering capabilities focus on the structured design, operation, and validation of robust and scalable systems that balance cost, performance, and risk respective of the cutting-edge requirements of sponsors and stakeholders.

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