Lynchburg-based BWX Technologies Inc. has hired Robert “Bob” Duffy as its senior vice president and chief administrative officer, the nuclear components and fuel supplier announced Monday. He starts Aug. 29.
Sharon H. Smoot spent 3 decades working for U.S. Navy
The new president of BWX Technology’s Nuclear Operations Group Inc. spent three decades working for the Navy as a civilian. Sharon H. Smoot started her new position Aug. 1. She
Jan A. Bertsch is now chair of nuclear fuel supplier
Lynchburg-based nuclear components and fuel supplier BWX Technologies Inc. announced May 3 that Jan A. Bertsch assumed the role of chair of the board of directors. Bertsch succeeded retiring chairman
Power utilities, state government look to carbon-free future
On April 17, 2020, with a flourish of the pen, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam reshaped the future of energy production in the commonwealth. Signing the Virginia Clean Economy Act (VCEA)
John Howanitz has been with Reston construction, engineering firm for 39 years
Reston-based global engineering and construction company Bechtel Corp. has promoted John Howanitz to president of Bechtel Nuclear, Security & Environmental Inc. He will begin Sept. 1. Craig Albert, Bechtel president
Nuclear Regulatory Commission grants extension for nearly 50-year-old nuclear reactors
Dominion Energy Inc.’s two Surry County nuclear power reactors have received approval from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to operate until 2052 and 2053. The two nuclear reactors at Dominion’s Surry
Work will support U.S. Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program
Lynchburg-based BWX Technologies Inc. has landed $2.2 billion in U.S. Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program contracts, the nuclear components and fuel supplier announced Tuesday. Approximately half of the contract was awarded
Department of Energy contract focused on cleanup of Ohio uranium enrichment plant
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded a contract extension to Lynchburg-based nuclear components and fuel supplier BWX Technologies Inc. (BWXT) worth up to $690 million, the company announced today.
Lynchburg company in running for prototype contract in 2022
Lynchburg-based BWXT Advanced Technologies LLC is one of two companies chosen to develop a final prototype design for a transportable advanced nuclear microreactor, the U.S. Department of Defense announced Monday.
Framatome U.S. Government Solutions will be based in Lynchburg
Lynchburg-based Framatome Inc. announced Monday the launch of an independent subsidiary, Framatome U.S. Government Solutions LLC, which will focus on nuclear energy initiatives and projects for federal agencies. “Our Framatome