International Isotopes will use the facility to carry out a deconversion process for depleted uranium.
The Parsons team, which includes Merrick & Company, Burns & Roe Enterprises and Baker Concrete Construction, will provide a complete turnkey service.
“Parsons is very pleased to be working on this important project with INIS, which continues our leadership in nuclear fuel cycle processing design and construction,” said Parsons Group president Mike Walsh. “INIS has developed an important and innovative treatment process for spent tailings that will benefit the medical, electronics, nuclear, and other industries. Our team looks forward to a successful project, and we anticipate a long relationship with INIS.”
The Parsons team will be responsible for design, engineering, fabrication, procurement, and construction of the depleted uranium deconversion facility.