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Refurb hits another milestone with removal of 960 feeder pipes

22 September, 2017
The unit 2 reactor face at Darlington Nuclear GS

On Sept. 20, workers severed the final feeder in Unit 2, completing the first step in perparing for the unit's disassembly.

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Brotech Precision CNC Machining develops skilled trades for Refurbishment

15 September, 2017
A Brotech employee operates a precision machining machine

The Barrie-based company has been delivering precision components for the Canadian nuclear industry for over 20 years.

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July 2017 Project Performance Update

14 September, 2017

​A monthly message about how the project is doing including key performance indicators and upcoming key activities.

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Steamfitter keeps zebra mussels at bay for Darlington Refurbishment

14 September, 2017
Brandon Wyatt.

Brandon Wyatt was contracted by ES Fox to work on the zebra mussel mitigation project at Darlington Nuclear.

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Oakville company doubles in size thanks to Darlington Refurbishment

06 September, 2017
End fittings produced by Laker Energy Products

Laker Energy Products, based in Oakville, supplies key CANDU reactor components including end fittings, liners, channel closures and feeder material and components.

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Our people: Julie Joyce

06 September, 2017
Julie being interviewed in front of shelves full of hard hats.

Julie is a Senior Engineer in the Chemistry and Environment Department of the Darlington Refurbishment Project.

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OPG releases Q2 Darlington Refurbishment Report

25 August, 2017
A nuclear worker in protective gear climbing a ladder

In this second quarter report, find out how skilled trades and innovative companies are powering the largest clean energy project in Canada.

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Carpenter Jamie Martin is carving her own career path with refurb

25 August, 2017
A close-up of Jamie wearing safety glasses and a hard hat

Jamie builds scaffolding to help workers access components inside the Unit 2 reactor vault.

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