The three-building Hertz Hall complex on the east side of LLNL has a new look and a new name. Following an extensive nine-month renovation, the buildings now form the University of California Livermore Collaboration Center (UCLCC) and will serve as a University of California (UC) multi-campus hub to expand collaborations and partnerships with three national labs. Upwards of 60 representatives from LLNL, UC, the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), the city of Livermore and the Livermore Lab Foundation, plus Los Alamos and Lawrence Berkeley national labs, attended a celebratory dedication last week. The three buildings in the UCLCC complex will retain their names as the Edward Teller Education Center, the Union building, and Hertz Hall. The buildings are owned by UC, with a 20-year ground lease from NNSA. The UCLCC buildings include eight general offices, a general lab, a small conference room, two large classrooms, three medium classrooms and two small classrooms. However, the arrangements for the facilities are very flexible and can easily be reconfigured for various uses. Read more at LLNL News.