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BWX Technologies is a supplier of nuclear components and fuel to the US government; provides technical, management and site services to support governments in the operation of complex facilities and environmental remediation activities; and supplies precision manufactured components and services for the commercial nuclear power industry.
BWX Technologies and Washington Group International are the top two DOE nuclear facilities contractors, and between them they manage and operate four of DOE's five safest sites.
Mull left in 1997, at age sixty-two, having worked for BWX Technologies for thirty years.
BWX Technologies Inc (NYSE:BWXT) announced on Monday the completion by BWXT Canada Ltd (BWXT Canada), its subsidiary, of the acquisition of the GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Canada Inc (GEH-C) joint venture, which has been re-named BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada Inc (BWXT NEC).
The waste site, currently owned by BWX Technologies, was active from approximately 1960 to the early 1970s, receiving nuclear and chemical waste from the former Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp.
Additionally, the Oak Ridge site's other key customer, USEC Inc, together with BWX Technologies Inc, have made a decision to enter into a long-term contract for BWXT to assume responsibility for production of centrifuge components in Oak Ridge.
Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership, LLC (FRNP), a CH2M-led company with partners Fluor Corporation and BWX Technologies, Inc.
18 August 2016 - US-based nuclear components and fuel supplier BWX Technologies, Inc.
The site, owned by BWX Technologies (also known as Babcock & Wilcox), received chemical and radioactive waste from a former nuclear fuels plant in Apollo owned by the Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp.
BWX Technologies Inc (BWXT) (NYSE:BWXT) announced on Thursday the entering into a share purchase agreement by its subsidiary BWXT Canada Ltd (BWXT Canada), to acquire all of the shares of the GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Canada Inc (GEH-C) joint venture.
The Pittsburgh District, Army Corps of Engineers, has been overseeing cleanup of wastes at the 44-acre BWX Technologies site.