Atlantic Shrink Wrap completed a large and complicated shrink wrap project to cover nuclear contaminated equipment being stored in an open yard at a VA Nuclear Power Station in the spring of 2012. After the success of that project was realized and the satisfactory inspection of the covered contaminated equipment by the NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission), the company hired ASI to do the same similar job at another facility in the summer of 2013.
The above project had many obstacles that the ASI crew had to overcome. One of which was to keep any water from collecting on the tops of the shrink wrapped equipment. Roof peaks were built to ensure this didn’t happen.
The second project above was to create a sealed cover over the contaminated items but we didn’t have to worry about the roof peaks because they had solid tops on them. ASI was given 3 days to complete this project and the weather was not on our side. ASI crews again took the required on site RAD Worker training to operate at the facility and worked tirelessly to complete the project on time and on budget.
ASI’s Vice President Dustin Hoover high above the job site.
Another job well done and happy customer.