Electric Power Generation
Nuclear power is complex. It requires experienced professionals who bring robust, innovative solutions that meet unique nuclear requirements. Solutions that address day-to-day challenges and achieve safety, cost and production goals. To achieve these outcomes you must have experience on your team. That's what we bring to you.
As nuclear standards have evolved, expectations for continuous improvement, event reduction and excellence in safe and reliable plant operations have expanded. Our team is made up of nuclear professionals — 70 percent have direct nuclear utility experience; we understand these standards and expectations. We are directly involved in information exchanges, industry conferences and industry code committees.
The in-plant experience of our professionals means we bring industry best practices to guide our recommendations to you. We are an extension of you, resolving difficult tasks, maintaining schedules, and providing reliable, cost-effective and innovative results.
We're ready to engineer solutions for you.
USA and STARS Alliance members are eligible to receive a 1 percent to 6 percent rebate based on total volume of work performed in a calendar year. Rebates are provided as a lump sum payment at the end of the calendar year. These rebates are controlled by separate, individual partnership agreements.
We have a fully implemented nuclear quality assurance (QA) program, meeting the requirements of:
Under our program, we have performed both safety-related and nonsafety-related work. Our nuclear QA program is Nuclear Procurement Issues Committee (NUPIC) listed and has been audited. Audit reports are available on the NUPIC website.
Burns & McDonnell has a full complement of nuclear procedures, including procedures for the preparation of design change packages, calculations, engineering studies and third-party reviews.
We are on the approved supplier list for numerous utilities.