Magnox Limited, owned by Cavendish Fluor Partnership Limited, is the management and operations contractor responsible for safely managing twelve nuclear sites and one hydroelectric plant in the UK, working for the sites’ owner, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA).
Work has been successfully completed on the £635m, four-mile long Lee Tunnel project, which will prevent 16 million tonnes of sewage discharging into the River Lee each year from the largest sewer overflow point at Abbey Mills Pumping Station in Stratford.
CEMAR continues to successfully and efficiently manage administration on programme of city centre improvements being delivered by Coventry City Council. Since Phase One kicked off in May 2011, the CEMAR system has administered circa 20,000 communications.
Canal & River Trust manage and maintain over 2,000 miles of waterways in England and Wales and are responsible for an enormous network of bridges, embankments, towpaths, aqueducts, docks and reservoirs.
The museum has been using CEMAR from 2013 to administer its term maintenance works through an integrated facilities maintenance contract. Approximately 2,000 Task Orders have been managed in the system with over 4,000 communications administered compliantly and consistently with visibility across the supply chain.
The £300 million eight year Site Redevelopment Programme is delivering a mix of new build projects and the refurbishment of existing facilities to enable the Barrow-in-Furness site to deliver the next generation of the UK strategic nuclear deterrent submarines.
EDF Energy are building two new reactors at Hinkley Point on the northern Somerset coast, the first in a new generation of UK nuclear power stations, marking a significant moment in the revitalisation of the UK's nuclear power industry.