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November 28, 2022
Volunteers from Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership teamed up with 35 companies and organizations from across the region to interact with eighth grade students in McCracken County at the West Kentucky Launch. On Wednesday, October 26, over 800 students filled the Expo Center in Paducah to explore future career opportunities in the region during this interactive career exposition. FRNP employees are passionate about this event and hope ... Read More
November 1, 2022
Crews have finished building a first-of-a-kind DOE facility that sets the stage to change the way EM’s Paducah Site scans, packages and disposes equipment and waste for the foreseeable future. The new facility, called the Large Item Neutron Assay System (LINAS), moves Paducah forward in its mission to prepare the C-333 Process Building and other buildings for future demolition at the former gaseous diffusion plant. C-333 has more ... Read More
October 24, 2022
Because of the generosity of our FRNP team, this week’s events raised over $7,500 for the United Way. This is in addition to the funds you donated through the through the Employee Payroll Deduction program this fiscal year. It’s been a fun week and we hope you’ll enjoy this video from yesterday’s Directors’ Pie in the Face event! The United Way supports programming for 12 nonprofit agencies in our area: American Red Cross, Child ... Read More
October 18, 2022
Employees were invited to FRNP’s Take Two for Safety Day to celebrate our team achieving more than 1.5 million hours of work without a lost workday. Festivities included a lunch, prize drawings, and a host of other events to celebrate FRNP’s excellent safety record.
October 12, 2022
When the deactivation and remediation contractor Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership, LLC (FRNP), won its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Paducah site in 2017, DOE established aggressive purchasing goals to help small businesses maximize opportunities with the new contractor. FRNP met or exceeded these goals as reported through the Small Business Administration by the end of its five-year base period, which ended ... Read More

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