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IV&V Visiting Us

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Visiting Us

Nestled in the rolling hills of North Central West Virginia along the Monongahela, Tygart, and West Fork Rivers, the NASA IV&V Facility is located in the city of Fairmont. Fairmont is the county seat of Marion County and is the largest municipality in Marion County with a population of just over 18,000. The city was chartered on February 18, 1899.

Location and Maps

If traveling South on I-79:
  • - Exit 132 at South Fairmont
  • - Left at light onto Route 250 South
  • - Next right onto NASA Blvd.
  • - Right onto University Drive
Image of the NASA IV&V Facility's location in North Central West Virginia
Image of the NASA IV&V Facility's location in North Central West Virginia
If traveling North on I-79:
  • - Exit 132 at South Fairmont, stay to the left
  • - Turn left at light onto Route 250 North
  • - Next left onto NASA Blvd.
  • - Right onto University Drive
Image of the NASA IV&V Facility's Location in Fairmont, WV
Image of the NASA IV&V Facility's Location in Fairmont, WV
Address:
NASA IV&V Program
100 University Drive
Fairmont, WV 26554
(304) 367-8200
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Airports and Accommodations

Airports
Note: All airports listed provide rental car services. Time and distance are measured from the airport to the NASA IV&V Facility.

Airport Phone Time/Distance
Pittsburgh International Airport
(800) 428-4322
90 minutes / 92 miles
Morgantown Municipal Airport
(304) 291-7461
33 minutes / 25 miles
North Central West Virginia Airport (NCWVA)
(304) 842-3400
20 minutes / 15 miles

Accommodations
Please visit Fairmont, WV Hotels from Google Maps to view hotel accommodations in the Fairmont, WV vicinity.

Page Last Updated: July 21st, 2014
Page Editor: Michael Asbury