Entergy—James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant
APTIM provides best-in-class maintenance, modification and construction services to Entergy at the James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant located in the town of Scriba, near Oswego, New York, on the southeast shore of Lake Ontario. The nuclear power plant has one General Electric boiling water reactor. Entergy announced in November 2015 that it planned to shut down and decommission the FitzPatrick plant, later setting the timing to cease operations as late January 2017.
UPDATE: On July 13, Entergy announced that it is in discussions with Exelon Corporation for the potential sale of the James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant. The discussions with Exelon are consistent with Entergy’s commitment to consider any viable option that would allow FitzPatrick to remain in operation.
Representative tasks include:
- Mechanical modifications
- Electrical modifications
- ISI support
- Turbine generator overhaul support
- Snubber testing
- Plant painting
- Main condenser tube bundle
- High-pressure feedwater heater replacement
- Feedwater venturi replacement
- Preheat/postweld heat treatment
- Dry fuel storage support
- Control room chiller replacement
- Scaffold training and erection
- Valve maintenance and modifications
- Intake traveling screen replacement/modification
- Asbestos abatement projects
- Lead abatement projects
In addition to FitzPatrick, APTIM provides the maintenance and modification services to the Entergy North and South Nuclear fleets. APTIM enjoys a successful relationship with Entergy, a strategic account. We have supported numerous refuel outages and forced outages over the past several years.