A team led by BWX Technologies is the winner of the Energy Department’s Tank Closure Contract at the Hanford Site in Washington state. The DOE’s Office of Environmental Management announced the $13 billion contract award Thursday to Hanford Works Restoration. Along with Lynchburg, Va.-based BWXT, the other members of the team are Texas-based companies Fluor and Intera and Richland, Wash.-based DBD. Both BWXT and Fluor are well-known commodities in the Energy Department marketplace. Intera, a geoscience and engineering firm, previously performed modeling and risk analysis as a subcontractor to cleanup firm CH2M Plateau Remediation in its demolition of Hanford’s Plutonium Finishing Plant.
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