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Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL)
Procurement and Property Management provides customers with timely, cost-effective procurement and property management services integrated with and supporting the Laboratory's science, technology and cleanup missions in accordance with the prime contract and customer expectations.
Safety Requirements for a Safe Workplace
Delivering to BNL
All materials purchased for BNL must be processed through Central Receiving (unless a Receiving Exception is documented and approved) to maintain adequate control and separation of responsibilities. See the Procuring Supplies and Services SBMS subject area for more information.
The Approved Receiving Exceptions can be found on the Standard Exceptions List.
All deliveries must arrive at Building 98 on Rochester Street by 4 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday. Any delivery past the daily deadline or outside normal work days will NOT be accepted unless advanced notification was provided and arrangements were made through Receiving (631)-344-2300.
For deliveries requiring special handling / rigging (e.g. oversized, heavy loads greater than 2 tons), advanced notice of at least 72 hours (3 business days) must be provided by supplier to Receiving personnel by calling(631) 344-2300 AND emailing WarehouseOperations@BNL.gov, so arrangements can be made with the appropriate BNL personnel; otherwise demurrage will be at the shipper's expense.
The only exceptions to delivering to Central Receiving are premium shipments and purchased materials for approved satellite receiving locations: buildings 452, 510, 725, 740 and 918.
Credit Card Program
Brookhaven National Laboratory uses the J.P. Morgan Chase VISA credit card as its site-wide purchasing card.
Product Recalls/Product Bulletins/Safety Alerts
Any and all product recall alerts, product bulletins, or safety alerts should be communicated by email directly to ProductRecallAlert@BNL.gov. Provide the Purchase Order Number(s) and names of purchasers with notification to assist BNL in locating and identifying the subject material.
Last Modified: February 1, 2019