Duratek Awarded Additional Scope On Contract

Wednesday, August 14, 2002
Duratek, Inc. announced that it was awarded a $1.36 million contract modification by Norfolk Naval Shipyard to provide processing and disposal of radioactively contaminated glovebox containments from Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program facilities over the next year. Duratek's government customer base includes U.S. Naval Shipyards, Department of Energy facilities, and other Department of Defense facilities. Robert E. Prince, President and CEO said, "We are pleased to expand our base of services in support of safe disposition of radioactive materials for the U.S. Navy. The Navy has been and continues to be, an important part of our business." Duratek implements technologies and provides services which protect people from radiation and the environment from radioactive waste.
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