Although construction of an additional ML will begin in the next year, there is still only one SLS integration cell in the VAB, High Bay 3. Given the goal of one launch per year currently planned for SLS, Bolger said there are no plans to make use of High Bay 1, which is the only remaining unused integration cell in the VAB. (Northrop Grumman is using High Bay 2 for OmegA and SLS is using High Bay 4 as a staging and pre-integration area for High Bay 3.)“We’ve taken a look at it,” he said. “Today the manifest doesn’t demand that we bring High Bay 1 back online.”“It’s possible that future manifests would require spacing of two launches in very short time between a Block 1 and a Block 1B, so if the manifest were to change it could drive us to want to do upgrades. We have some of the preliminary designing but at this time there aren’t any plans to upgrade High Bay 1.”
(c) VEHICLE ASSEMBLY BUILDING.—Not later than 270 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Administrator shall transmit to the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation of the Senate an assessment of requirements for concurrently processing 2 or more Space Launch System vehicles, [emphasis mine] including Space Launch System vehicles with an exploration upper stage.
Forgive me if I'm wrong, but I thought each of the shuttles called a separate HB home.