In addition to the management of the site, Fluor was responsible for integrating and executing the deactivation and post-GDP shutdown remediation, including soil and groundwater activities at the plant. In 2015, the environmental remediation contractor was successfully transitioned under the Fluor contract, with the support of teaming partners LATA and Chicago Bridge & Iron (CB&I). LATA's experience as the previous environmental remediation contractor, and CB&I's past performance on 21 nuclear decontamination and decommissioning projects complemented Fluor's expertise to meet this deadline.
Key accomplishments to date under this contract include:
- Consolidated four switchyards into one to reduce surveillance and maintenance costs. Additionally, taking the six main transformers from the switchyards out of service will save the government $642,000 annually.