The U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management uses multiple prime contractors to conduct its major cleanup projects at the site. These companies include United Cleanup Oak Ridge (UCOR), Isotek Systems LLC, and APTIM North Wind Construction.

UCOR is the Department of Energy's primary cleanup contractor for the DOE Oak Ridge Reservation focused on large-scale cleanup of the Y-12 National Security Complex and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The contractor is also responsible for completing soil and groundwater remediation and facilitating land transfers at the East Tennessee Technology Park (the former Oak Ridge K-25 Site). UCOR is a limited liability company made up of the following members: AECOM Energy & Construction, Inc., an Amentum Company; Jacobs Technology Inc., a Jacobs Company; and Honeywell International Inc., a Honeywell Company. UCOR’s teaming subcontractors include RSI EnTech, LLC; Strata-G, LLC; Longenecker & Associates, Inc.; and Environmental Alternatives, Inc. 

Isotek is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Atkins. The company’s principal mission in Oak Ridge is the disposition of the Department’s inventory of Uranium-233 from Building 3019, the world’s oldest operating nuclear facility, which is located at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

APTIM – North Wind Construction (ANW) is the prime contractor responsible for the construction of the Outfall 200 Mercury Treatment Facility at the Y-12 National Security Complex. DOE awarded the $91.8 million firm-fixed-price contract to ANW in December 2018. The Outfall 200 Mercury Treatment Facility is a vital piece of infrastructure that is needed to help DOE toward fulfilling its regulatory commitments to reduce mercury levels in the East Fork Poplar Creek, and it also enables large-scale cleanup and demolition to begin at Y-12.

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