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Building 426 front desk in the Engineering & Planning section for contractor personnel and BARC-East in general
Building 307C Visitors to BHNRC facilities on BARC-East will obtain their Visitor Badges from the BHNRC Main Office, located directly inside the main entrance of B-307C. Visitors will use the telephone callbox located on the wall at the B-307C main entrance to call 504-8157 and one of the support staff will respond to allow the visitor entry into the building to obtain their Visitor Badge.
The receptionist desk in the Administration Building of the U.S. National Arboretum will serve as the visitor check-in/out for that location.