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We provide comprehensive services for independent spent fuel storage installation (ISFSI) projects, including construction and fabrication of vertical concrete cask (VCC) and horizontal storage module (HSM) for existing plants or as part of decommissioning and dismantlement. We typically perform such work under the terms and conditions of the General President’s Project Maintenance Agreement or the National Maintenance Agreement.

A Full Range of Services

  • Construction of ISFSI’s
  • Offloading liners & bases
  • Placement of reinforcing steel and attachments
  • Installing concrete forms
  • Placing concrete to create the outer shell of the VCC/HSM
  • Removing concrete forms
  • Performing final inspections
  • Releasing VCC/HSM to client

Extensive Experience

We have constructed more than 550 VCCs and HSMs at 12 nuclear power plants and one DoD facility, ranging in size from 50 MW to 3,810 MW. Each cask weighs approximately 110 tons and takes three days to build. We have completed all projects ahead of schedule and under budget while maintaining compliance with stringent client and Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) regulations.

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