Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF; pronounced "skiff") provides an enclosed area—a building within a building—that is used to process Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) level classified information.
Location: Livermore, CA
Project Cost: $17,000,000
Client: (Owner) Dept Homeland Defense
Saylor staff have worked at both the Lawrence Livermore National Labs and the Lawrence Berkeley Labs for a number of years working on a variety of construction projects that include the LLNL Genomics Laboratory, the LLNL Ion Beam Addition, LLNL NIF Facility, the LBL Human Genome Pavilion, the LBL Sychrotron Radiation Source, and other complex research facilities. Additionally, the Saylor staff has participated in dozens of college and university laboratory projects at Stanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC Davis, UCSF, the CSU systems, and numerous private laboratories and clean rooms.