The west tower crane at the Uranium Processing Facility relocates a manlift onto the Salvage and Accountability Building foundation.
Skilled ironworkers position rebar for a wall curtain at the Main Process Building.
Now that the first vertical wall has been placed at the Main Process Building, additional forms are added on to the inside and outside of the rebar wall curtain to prepare for the next concrete placements.
Carpenters assemble wall formwork sections before lifting them into place at the Main Process Building.
The Mechanical Electrical Building is fully enclosed and stands tall as a sign of completion at the Uranium Processing Facility project. Interior work is now the focus moving forward.
60-foot-tall steel columns going up at the Salvage and Accountability Building are a visible sign of progress as we continue #BuildingUPF.
Construction begins for the 100,000 square-foot Offsite Fabrication Facility located at East Tennessee Technology Park. This facility will serve as the primary fabrication area during the construction of UPF.
The UPF Site Infrastructure and Services (SIS) Subproject team was honored with the 2018 DOE Project Management Achievement Award for delivering SIS on schedule and $18M under budget.
The first vertical wall for the Main Process Building was just placed.
Skilled UPF craft employees just poured 37,000 cubic yards of concrete to complete structural base slabs for three main buildings at the UPF.