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Framework Collaboration

We are delighted to be working alongside Frazer-Nash Consultancy on the UK Atomic Energy Authority Engineering Design Services Framework (EDS) framework applying our UK nuclear fission experience to benefit fusion.

  • Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production (STEP) can benefit from our 35 years’ experience on infrastructure projects for the UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and the Ministry of Defence.
  • Hydrogen-3 Advanced Technology (H3AT) can benefit from our experience of 300+ gloveboxes and integrated process systems.
  • Remote Applications in Challenging Environments (RACE) can benefit from our broad and diverse portfolio of remote mechanical handling systems.
  • Materials Research Facility (MRF) can benefit from our experience of shielded and contained nuclear facilities in UK fission.

We are very proud to support Frazer-Nash with process engineering; computer-based modelling and simulation; electrical control and instrumentation (EC&I); and specialist nuclear services and other framework holders with mechanical engineering.

Please contact Mark Pritchard for further information.

https://www.fnc.co.uk/discover-frazer-nash/news/delivering-technical-expertise-on-ukaea-engineering-design-servicempritchard@nisltd.coms-framework/

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