Idaho Cleanup Project
The Idaho Cleanup Project (ICP) is a multi-year cleanup effort involving decommissioning and dismantlement of over 200 excess environmental management facilities at the DOE’s site in Idaho Falls, ID. The scope includes D&D of three reactors, management of spent nuclear fuel, treatment and disposal of sodium-bearing waste, disposal of all tank farm facility waste tanks, and remediation of the Subsurface Disposal Area at the Radioactive Waste Management Complex. Within months of its formation, Ascendent, LLC was awarded two multi-year contracts to provide Administrative, Engineering, Professional, and Technical Support Services and Nuclear and Criticality Safety Analysis Support to the prime contractor, CH2M WG Idaho, LLC (CWI), for the ICP. In 2009, the scope was expanded to include work funded under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), more commonly known as the federal stimulus program.
Nuclear and Criticality Safety Analysis Support
In August 2005, Hukari Technical Services was awarded a Nuclear Safety Engineering Staff Augmentation subcontract to provide support for the Navy Fuel Storage Facility at INTEC
In December 2005, Ascendent, LLC was awarded a 7-year sole source Blanket Master Task contract to provide nuclear and criticality safety analysis support for the ICP. Ascendent, LLC has teamed with other well-established companies to supplement our own strengths to provide additional depth and breadth of resource capabilities.
Administrative, Engineering, Professional, and Technical Support Services
In June, 2006, Ascendent, LLC was awarded a five year Blanket Master Task Agreement to provide Administrative, Engineering, Professional, and Technical support services to CWI. The contract includes a one-year base period, with 4 one-year options. To support this contract, Ascendent, LLC has teamed with four highly-qualified companies who bring additional broad-based expertise and capabilities enabling Ascendent, LLC to address every type of administrative, engineering, professional, and technical support that may be requested or needed by CWI.
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