Day and Zimmermann awarded TVA Valley alliance contract

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Lancaster, Pa., April 7, 2010 – Day and Zimmermann won a five-year contract valued at $700 million by the Tennessee Valley Authority.

Under this new strategic alliance, Day and Zimmermann will perform modification, outage, technical support, and supplemental maintenance services at TVA nuclear and fossil generating plants and other sites located within the Tennessee Valley region.

The scope of work will be executed by the company’s Day and Zimmermann NPS unit, which will focus its efforts at the Browns Ferry, Sequoyah, and Watts Bar Nuclear Plants operating units, as well as the Allen, Gallatin, Johnsonville, and Shawnee Fossil Plants.

The contractor will manage the successful execution of plant modifications, outage and supplemental maintenance work to include construction, rehabilitation, repair, removal, asbestos abatement, insulation and lagging, protective coatings, and construction testing of plant components.

Day and Zimmermann has maintained a strategic alliance partnership with TVA since 1995, performing full-service plant maintenance and modifications at TVA’s fossil power plants in the western part of the Tennessee Valley.

Since the inception of the alliance, Day and Zimmermann has performed over 26 million hours of maintenance and modification services in TVA’s fleet.

Day and Zimmermann delivers a full suite of Managed Maintenance Solutions to more than 50 percent of the U.S. nuclear fleet.

Day and Zimmermann’s 24,000 employees provide industrial, defense and workforce solutions to a broad base of commercial and government customers.

 

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