BPLP – Bruce Nuclear Power Plant Units 3-8 Refurbishment – Ontario - Project Profile
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Bruce Power Ltd Partnership (BPLP) is undertaking the refurbishment of six nuclear units at the Bruce Power Plant located in Tiverton, Ontario, Canada.
The project involves the refurbishment of six of the eight units at the Bruce nuclear power station. It includes the installation of 32 steam generators, control and safety actuation system, sensor signals and process indicators.
On December 4, 2015, BPLP signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with BWX Technologies Inc. (BWXT), a subsidiary of BWXT Canada Ltd, to commence the process for 32 steam generators design and manufacturing.
On July 11, 2016, BWXT secured a US$100 million contract for the design, manufacture and delivery of eight steam generators for Unit-6.
In December 2016, ATS Automation Tooling Systems Inc. will supply automated tooling systems and related services for the refurbishment of six reactors.
In February 2017, L-3 Communications MAPPS Inc. secured a contract to replace the digital control computer (DCC) system of unit 6 of the Bruce B nuclear power plant in Ontario.
Refurbishment work, starting with unit-6, is expected to commence in January 2020, and completion of total project will take 15 years.
The project involves the refurbishment of six units (Units 3–8) of Bruce nuclear power station located in Tiverton, Ontario, Canada.
The US$9,867 million project includes the following:
1. Installation of 32 steam generators
2. Installation of control and safety actuation system
3. Installation of sensor signals
4. Installation of process indicators
5. Construction of related infrastructure
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