The fail-safe storage of used nuclear fuel rods is crucial to the health, safety, and overall well-being of our communities.
Dickerson Infrastructure has broad and extensive experience building the infrastructure needed to safely store these sensitive materials. In fact, we constructed Florida’s first dry storage facility, and went on to build all three in the state—completing over 630,000 man-hours with no lost time due to accidents or injuries.
Utilities want companies that can do the work safely, with good environmental stewardship and quality control—and Dickerson has a proven track record of success doing just that. It’s clear that they want to build long term relationships with their customers.”