Fluor-B&W Portsmouth LLC is the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) contractor for the decontamination and decommissioning of the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Piketon, Ohio. The Fluor-B&W Portsmouth team combines disciplined project management of Fluor with the rigorous nuclear operations of Babcock & Wilcox. Our team is further strengthened by our partnerships with local small businesses Pro2Serve, Wastren and InSolves by providing us with incumbent knowledge and a connection to the workforce and surrounding community. We appreciate the importance of understanding the past while planning for the future.
Our team of quality individuals is dedicated to the restoration of the Portsmouth site. We work cooperatively with DOE, employees, labor groups, subcontractors, regulators, the Site Specific Advisory Board, community leaders, stakeholders and the public to ensure that the project is completed safely, on time and within budget.
Safety and regulatory compliance are of the utmost importance to Fluor-B&W Portsmouth. We have implemented a rigorous set of processes, procedures and workplace guidelines to protect our employees, our neighbors and the environment. There is a seamless integration between project teams and the safety and compliance programs to ensure work is planned and executed safely, compliantly and efficiently.
Fluor-B&W Portsmouth recognizes the economic challenges facing southern Ohio. We are committed to helping revitalize the area by being an active corporate leader in the communities surrounding the site. Through community partnerships, we will link today's decommissioning project with tomorrow's future use of the Portsmouth site to ensure the region's economy is stronger than it was upon our arrival.
Fluor-B&W Portsmouth has partnered with economic development leaders in Pike, Scioto, Ross and Jackson counties to invest corporate resources and philanthropic efforts to support high-impact projects that benefit the area. We are looking forward to working together to bring the Portsmouth site to an end state that meets the needs of this great community, the State of Ohio and the nation. – less – More from ZoomInfo »