attending: Katrine, Jack, Bob at start, Dave came on about 5 minutes late, John joined soon after Dave
Katrine told us that the Basler did get in to Summit on Wed as planned, bringing the first wave of summer staff. Timing was fortunate, since the weather closed in over the night and into Thur. Winds exceeding 45 knots were impeding outside work and had prevented set up of tent city, so there was a slumber party at Summit.
Katrine and Bob commented on the revised GPS/GIS protocol that Bob did deliver to Summit on time, and that telecom discussions with the techs had resulted in further refinement and improvement of the protocol. Katrine has the task to incorporate this procedure into the formal procedures and protocols data base that she maintains for all techs on-line and on site.
Katrine asked if SCO was planning to attend the Isi charrette, we confirmed that Jack is definitely attending and that we thought that Zoe would participate too (after the call Zoe did confirm by email), Jack noted that he was not clear whether SCO was invited/allowed to participate in the 1/2 day wrap-up session, and said that he had asked Dave about this by email but had not yet heard back.
Dave joined right about this time and clarified that the wrap up was optional, but that SCO was certainly welcome to attend if interested. He indicated that the tentative agenda for this day was to review action items from first 2 days, and then to focus on defining path forward for the Isi/Summit power grid, and to outline and begin LCCA for the jackable platform and building shells for Isi core station.
Dave announced that Kevin Gibbons will join CPS team on Monday (J. Bollinger replacement). CPS is reworking the mobile garage concept design based on the VE exercise conducted last week. GLT will participate in the Isi Charrette, and will have follow on meeting at CPS the final 1.5 days of that week to discuss preparation for a “readiness review” that the GLT will undergo sometime this fall.
Katrine asked Dave if he had more information about materials Renee had shared with CPS, regarding planned expansion of Station Nord, and the suggestion that CPS should look at the designs and vendors the Danes were using. Dave said he did not know much more, but understood that a small team from CPS/ALEX would be visiting Denmark. He felt that CPS needs to consider a wide range of options for any/all of the vendors that might win design/build contract for components of Isi/Summit redevelopment. Katrine forwarded the material from Renee to SCO for our review after the call.