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SNC-Lavalin enters 2021 with two contract extensions from Bruce Power

As part of the extensions, SNC-Lavalin will support Bruce Power in executing three fuel channel inspection outages as part of the station's outage schedule in 2021

January 6, 2021  by CM Staff

PHOTO: SNC Lavalin, (autre nom connu: Tour Place Felix Martin), 455, boulevard René-levesque Ouest / 2 Place Félix Martin, Montréal

MONTREAL — Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, has been awarded one year extensions from Bruce Power on two existing contracts: to continue to provide fuel channel inspection, and tooling maintenance and refurbishment in support of their reactor inspection and maintenance.

As part of the extensions, SNC-Lavalin will support Bruce Power in executing three fuel channel inspection outages as part of the station’s regular outage schedule in 2021. This contract is within SNCL Engineering Services, the cornerstone of our strategy moving forward to greater growth and support for our partners and customers.

“SNC-Lavalin looks forward to the renewed opportunity with Bruce Power and supporting its continued safe operation of CANDU units by performing inspections to meet the regulatory codes and standards,” said Sandy Taylor, president, Nuclear, SNC-Lavalin, in a prepared statement. “SNC-Lavalin bolsters a strong team of non-destructive evaluation (NDE) specialists, technicians, engineers, designers, programmers and software developers which uniquely positions itself to execute these complex projects as a one-stop-shop for all reactor inspection and reactor maintenance needs. This award demonstrates the continued strength of our nuclear business, where we have long-term clients and partnerships, and our innovative services and technologies have many opportunities for growth.”

“The successful delivery of our inspection and maintenance programs is an integral part of our business and strong partnerships, like the one we have with SNC-Lavalin, will ensure we are able to continue to provide clean, reliable, low-cost electricity to families and businesses in Ontario and life-saving medical isotopes around the world,” said Chris Mudrick, Bruce Power Executive vice-president and chief nuclear officer.

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