Bruce Power Selects Acres - Sargent & Lundy - Fox Joint Venture to Support Bruce A Units 1 & 2 Restart Project
October 17, 2005 - A joint venture of Acres-Sargent & Lundy (Oakville, Ont.) and E.S. Fox Ltd. (Niagara Falls, Ont.), known as ASLF, has been selected to support the Bruce A Units 1 & 2 Restart Project. News Release
Sargent & Lundy Experts Discuss Air Quality Control Projects and New Supercritical Coal-Fired Station at Coal-Gen
August 15, 2005 - Sargent & Lundy environmental and power plant experts are participating in PennWell's Coal-Gen 2005 conference August 17-19 in San Antonio, Texas with papers on air quality control and new coal-fired station development. The papers:
SCR Retrofits - Keys to a Successful Project
Reducing Acid Mist Emissions from Coal-fired Power Plants
Leveraging an Opacity Reduction Project to Meet the Proposed Multipollutant Reduction Rules
Council Bluffs Energy Center - Unit 4 Plant Overview and Current Status
Sargent & Lundy Part of Team Pursuing Next Generation Nuclear Power Plant
July 11, 2005 - Sargent & Lundy is part of a team pursuing contracts from the DOE for the design, supply, and construction of the Next Generation Nuclear Plant based on the pebble bed modular reactor technology. News Release
Sargent & Lundy Team Awarded 500-kV Interconnection Project
July 8, 2005 - Sargent & Lundy LLC announced that it has signed a contract with San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E) for a broad range of services related to a proposed 500-kV Transmission Line Interconnection Project. The Sargent & Lundy Team includes... News Release
PNM Selects Sargent & Lundy to Engineer Air Emission Reduction Projects at San Juan Station
April 7, 2005 - Sargent & Lundy has been awarded a contract by Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) to provide detailed engineering for the recently announced major air emissions reduction projects at the San Juan Generating Station (SJGS). News Release
"Cost-Based Assessment of Decommissioning Alternatives and Financial Strategies" Presented at Waste Management '05
March 3, 2005 - For the annual Waste Management Symposium in Tucson, Sargent & Lundy co-authored a paper on nuclear power plant decommissioning costs. The discussion presented a cost-based assessment of two decommissioning alternatives in the context of today's changing environment: DECON - immediate decommissioning after shutdown - and Delayed DECON (SAFSTOR) - delayed decommissioning after shutdown. To request a copy, please go to 2005 Papers & Articles.
In addition, Sargent & Lundy co-chaired sessions addressing Nuclear Power Plant Deactivation & Decommissioning and D&D Perspectives in Clearance of Radioactive Material for Release. Sargent & Lundy's Dr. Jas Devgun also served as the organizer and primary instructor for a Training Course on Safety and Management of Risks in Nuclear Power Plants.
Sargent & Lundy Presentations at Electric Power 2005 To Cover Key Fossil-Fuel and Nuclear Power Initiatives and Projects
March 4, 2005 - At the upcoming Electric Power 2005 Conference & Expo on April 5-7, Sargent & Lundy presentations will be addressing a diverse selection of fossil-fuel and nuclear power initiatives and projects. Topics that will be covered include: New coal station fuel flexibility, combined-cycle repowering, nuclear fleet revitalization, I&C fire recovery, solar power cost and performance, acceptance testing, and Section 316(b) compliance options as well as five papers on reducing air emissions (SO2, mercury, condensible particulates). Presentation Details
"Project Management: Success Is In the Details" by TDWorld Magazine Cites Alliance Team Work on Series of Urban Substation Projects
January 15, 2005 - An article on the innovative strategies that utilities and vendor partners are coming up with to route, design, procure and build T&D infrastructure cited the positive results of the alliance team approach used by ComEd and Kenny Construction and Sargent & Lundy as the constructor/engineer of choice for a series of urban substation projects for ComEd. Article
Bruce A 3&4 Restart Project Recognized with Second Award
January 4, 2005 - The Bruce A 3&4 Restart Project has been recognized again with an industry award, this time by its selection as a PennWell Projects of the Year recipient. The award was presented to Bruce Power during the Keynote Session at Power-Gen International in Orlando. The ASLF joint venture and RCM Technologies were also recognized at the event as key project participants. As announced previously, the Bruce Restart was honored in late 2004 with the Schreyer award, Canada's highest distinction for consulting engineers.
ASLF's scope of work included engineering, procurement and construction of more than 45 different modification projects. These ranged from maintenance overhauls of existing equipment to installation of a new qualified power supply and a new secondary control area. Safety, fire, and seismic systems were all upgraded to meet or exceed current regulatory standards. The team completed approximately 300 design change notices per unit. Article Schreyer Award Article