The contract is initially set for five years with an option to extend to a further five years and potentially worth up to £25 million.
The work will involve providing specialist support services to pre-stressed concrete pressure vessels (PCPVs). This is critical to ensuring the safety case for continued operation of the stations. The VINCI Technology Centre team measure the load in the tensions in the tendons and remove some for further inspection.
Dr Russell Matthews, Managing Director VINCI Technology Centre UK Limited, commented: “This win follows a comprehensive service improvement programme which moved our satisfaction scores from good to excellent. We won’t be resting on our laurels, we will continue with our programme to improve efficiency and introduce innovation whilst keeping safety at the heart of everything we do.”
VINCI has been delivering specialist services to the nuclear industry for over 35 years, working with EDF Energy and its predecessors.
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