Nuclear company Areva said it would delay construction of its new office building in Lynchburg because of the current economic crisis, according to The News & Advance.
The company said it continues to hire new engineers, however, to work on plans for a proposed reactor that is currently being reviewed by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
The company has so far hired 350 people at U.S. locations this year, and plans to add another 200 to 250 next year. (The News & Advance)
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