September 15, 2022
In August, the National Safety Council (NSC) named Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership’s (FRNP) Take Two for Safety team a semi-finalist for the Green Cross Safety Advocate Award. FRNP is the deactivation and remediation contractor for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Paducah site. This prestigious award recognizes a partnership, program, or coalition that has made a significant impact on safety issues at the workplace by ... Read More
August 23, 2022
Workers are introducing a first at EM’s Paducah Site — use of robot technology — to set the stage for future deactivation and remediation work at the former Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant (PGDP). With the Paducah Site in the early phases of deactivating process buildings, site engineers recently tested a robot pipe crawler designed to inspect piping previously used to support uranium enrichment operations. The system is ... Read More
June 27, 2022
In June, Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership (FRNP) received the first of two option periods from the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE)  to continue  deactivation and remediation work through June 19, 2025. The three-year contract is valued at approximately $394 million and will be used to further DOE’s cleanup mission at the Paducah site.   “FRNP appreciates DOE’s confidence in our team to continue making progress in deactivation and ... Read More
June 15, 2022
In honor of the Juneteenth holiday, FRNP shares this oral history, giving voice to members of our African American workforce, both past and present. Thanks to all who contributed their time and talents so these stories could be told.
June 14, 2022
The Take Two for Safety team from Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership, LLC, (FRNP) was recently named the Outstanding Safety Culture team by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). FRNP is the first-ever recipient of the award. In 2021, FRNP united a team representing individuals from safety and occupational medicine, communications and United Steel Workers (USW) Local 550 Safety Representatives. The team’s first task was to develop ... Read More