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Darlington Refurbishment hits another milestone with removal of 960 feeder pipes

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

Removal of the feeder pipes is the first step in preparing for disassembly of Darlington Unit 2.

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Barrie machining company develops skilled trades for the Darlington Refurbishment

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

Brotech Precision CNC Machining has been delivering precision components for the Canadian nuclear industry for over 20 years.

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Steamfitter keeps zebra mussels at bay for Darlington Refurbishment

14 September, 2017
A portrait shot of Brandon Wyatt

When Brandon Wyatt started his career as a steamfitter, he never expected to find himself working with zebra mussels.

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Our people: Julie Joyce

06 September, 2017
Julie being interviewed in front of a shelving unit full of hardhats.

Julie monitors the chemistry of a nuclear reactor undergoing refurbishment to ensure it remains in good condition and within specified operating limits.

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Carpenter carves her own career path with Darlington Refurbishment

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

Jamie Martin builds scaffolding to help refurbishment workers access components inside the recently defuelled Unit 2 nuclear reactor vault.

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Massive Re-tube Tooling Platforms serve as a hub for Darlington Refurbishment

08 August, 2017
A re-tube tooling platform under construction on Darlington Unit 2.

Construction of the platforms has set the stage for removal and replacement of the Unit 2 reactor components.

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Welder withstands pressure and heat for Darlington Refurbishment

10 July, 2017
Larry Bishop portrait

Larry Bishop has established a reputation as a "go-to person" when complex weld work needs to be completed.

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Reactor disassembly set to begin at Darlington Nuclear

27 June, 2017
Workers train on a nuclear reactor mock-up.

The disassembly of Unit 2 will engage more than 1,600 people and involve use of specially designed tools and technology.

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