It’s an engineering and scientific challenge that has stumped the industry for decades. Now, a team led by Cavendish Nuclear is breaking new ground by recovering the last of the nuclear material trapped inside the UK’s experimental fast breeder reactor.
A team from Cavendish Nuclear raised nearly £1,500 for Egremont's Calderwood House by getting on their bikes.
A Cavendish Nuclear joint venture is behind the opening up of the world’s oldest radioactive waste store for the first time.
Experts at the Sellafield nuclear site have cut the first hole in the Pile Fuel Cladding Silo, a locked vault which was never designed to be opened.
Two young apprentices at Cavendish Nuclear have become role models in a nationwide campaign to encourage more teenage girls to think about careers in science, technology, engineering and maths.
As part of the annual celebrations, the Telegraph newspaper, in collaboration with the Women’s Engineering Society compiled a list of the Top 50 Women in Engineering. We are thrilled to announce that our very own Chloe Branston, CAD apprentice based in Radar Road, achieved a place on the list. In fact Chloe not only earned herself a position in the Top 50, but she achieved a very worthy 7th position.
On a typical British summers day at Dungeness (cloudy, windy and cold) Dungeness B Power station celebrated the half way point of the 2017 Statutory Outage, which commenced on 16th June 2017 when R21 was shut down.
The RoSPA Awards are held in high regard around the world for occupational health and safety.
Cavendish Nuclear are proud to receive a RoSPA Gold Medal (7 consecutive Gold Awards) Award for health and safety performance, and a RoSPA Gold Fleet Safety Award for management of occupational road risk.
Cavendish Nuclear today enters its sixth year in charge of one of the world’s most demanding nuclear site closure contracts.
A chance encounter at a careers fair in 2012 took Daljit Dhillon from the University of Leicester to a key role in the running of Dungeness B nuclear power station in Kent.
Months of media speculation about a new era of nuclear power plant may have generated all the heat– but it’s the teams working tirelessly to keep the old plant running who are creating all the light.
Workers at the Berkeley nuclear site in Gloucestershire have begun removing historic radioactive waste from underground vaults using plant designed, built and installed by Cavendish Nuclear.
Fresh from being named Learner of the Year 2016 by the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board, Jessica Hollingworth shares her experience of working in Cavendish Nuclear with Insight
A key phase in a major hazard reduction project at Sellafield has been successfully delivered by a UK supply chain consortium.
Cavendish Nuclear, working with Bechtel and operators of the Rosyth Dockyard, successfully installed the sixth and final heavy-duty door that will unlock one of the most complex clean-up projects at the site.
For more than half a century, it represented one of the major radiological hazards in the UK nuclear industry. Now, highly radioactive waste from Britain’s earliest experiment with fast breeder reactors has been made safe for future generations in a landmark for hazard reduction at Dounreay.
Cavendish Nuclear Limited, UK1 (Cavendish Nuclear) and Shimizu Corporation (Shimizu) have announced the signing of a technical cooperation agreement, Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), for the decommissioning of Japanese nuclear power plant. Shimizu will develop its decommissioning business in the Japanese domestic market utilizing the technologies and expertise of Cavendish Nuclear – the largest supplier of specialist nuclear services in the UK.
Cavendish Boccard Nuclear has been selected by EDF Energy as the preferred bidder to deliver the Balance of Nuclear Island (BNI) mechanical erection package in the construction of the proposed Hinkley Point C nuclear power station – set to be the UK’s first new nuclear power station in over 20 years.