BWXT

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They had a productive discussion about the innovative technologies pioneered by BWXT and NFS that fuel our Nation's naval reactors and defense industry.
BWXT reiterated long-term guidance that, excluding the benefit of tax reform, the Company anticipates a non-GAAP EPS compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in the low-double digits over a three-to-five year period from 2017 based on a robust organic growth strategy and balance sheet capacity.
In conjunction with the closing of the Nordion medical isotope acquisition, BWXT expects to reduce capital expenditures by approximately USD 100m, before acquisition costs.
In conjunction with the acquisition, BWXT's medical isotopes business will be led by Tom Burnett, vice president and general manager of BWXT ITG Canada Inc.
In addition, BWXT donated a $1,000 scholarship fund for a welding student demonstrating financial need for the fall 2018 semester.
BWXT has more than 5,200 employees and significant operations in Lynchburg, Va.; Erwin, Tenn.; Mount Vernon, Ind.; Euclid, Ohio; Barberton, Ohio; and Cambridge, Ontario, as well as more than a dozen US Department of Energy sites around the country.
(30) Steven Piet and others, "Approach for Next Generation Nuclear Plant Public Outreach and Analysis," (Idaho Falls, ID: Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory Bechtel BWXT Idaho, LLC, 2005) INEEL/EXT-05-02627.
Serco also hopes to play a key role in developing a UK market for the decommissioning of the country's civil nuclear liabilities, and formed a consortium with Bechtel and BWXT to address the Sellafield nuclear decommissioning opportunity.
Russell, Union University, Jackson, Tennessee (MRS), Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico (JDK, BKK, RTP), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (DKP), BWXT Pantex, LLC, Amarillo, Texas (JML, WAR, LW, BGR).
"It's an important milestone in our development process, because we've been able to come together and agree on the main points of our process and how we want to drive our activities in the future," said Gary Sullivan of BWXT and chairman of the Working Group.
"Looks just like it did in 1943," says Bill Wilburn, the public relations representative for BWXT, a private contractor that runs Y-12, as we look down on Beta-3 from a nearby ridge.