Complete Your Nuclear Construction Project Based on Lessons Learned and Consider How to Apply Best Practice to the Next Generation of Nuclear
Returning for its seventh year, the Nuclear Construction Summit will once again bring together a global delegation of nuclear construction experts to discuss new build projects from across the world.
Condensed into one full day, and taking place alongside the International SMR and Advanced Reactor Summit, this is the only event you need to attend to meet with and learn from the current and future leaders of nuclear new build.
- Get a global nuclear industry forecast: Discuss new COLs issued in the US, international construction plans and how to keep the industry moving despite NPP closures
- Review the latest milestones from current new build: Get updates from Vogtle, VC Summer and Watts Bar 2 and reflect on the lessons learned from these major new build programs
- Discuss project management best practice: Hear from some of the world’s largest nuclear projects and examine their scheduling, planning and project management successes
- What’s next for the supply chain? With current US new build projects coming to a close, consider how the supply chain can stay active and understand new opportunities available
- Examine the achievements and limitations of Part 52: Reflect on the benefits it has had for modular construction and where there is room to improve on standardization and more
Take a look at the top level speakers sharing expertise
The only US forum dedicated to nuclear new build
With Watts Bar 2 due to connect to the grid, Vogtle and VC Summer set to hit major milestones and international new build projects making progress all over the globe, 2016 will be a pivotal year for nuclear construction. Take a look at what the topics that our expert speakers will be covering at the Summit:
- SESSION ONE - REGULATORY, INDUSTRY AND POLICY UPDATES
- US nuclear construction market forecast for 2016
- Part 52 licensing: benefits, challenges and lessons learned
- Exporting nuclear construction expertise
- SESSION TWO - NUCLEAR CONSTRUCTION CASE STUDY UPDATES
- Milestones reached at Vogtle 3&4
- Latest updates from VC Summer
- Watts Bar: Bringing the US’ first reactor online in the 21st century
- International nuclear new build update
- SESSION THREE - LESSONS LEARNED FROM MAJOR NUCLEAR PROJECTS
- Breaking down modular construction
- Implementing robust project management, scheduling and planning measures
- Maintaining the supply chain for future nuclear construction
Discover who you’ll network with the industry’s #1 meeting point
Over 100 top industry execs have already signed up to attend the Nuclear Construction Summit and the co-located International SMR and Advanced Reactor Summit. Make sure you don't miss out on your place at this industry leading meeting - register before February 19 and get your pass for only $995. Group bookings are available for 2+ attendees - bring along the team.
Get the latest on the next generation of nuclear… Join the co-hosted International SMR and Advanced Reactor Summit
Due to popular demand, the Nuclear Construction Summit will for the first time be held alongside The International SMR and Advanced Reactor Summit! Get the latest updates not only on current global nuclear new build, but also progress being made towards the deployment of SMRs and advanced reactors.
The two Summits will be held side by side at the Twelve Hotel in Atlanta, GA. The International and SMR Summit will be held across two days on 14-15 April, and the Nuclear Construction Summit will be held on April 15 only.
Don’t forget you can attend both Summits for a discounted price! Visit the registration page here for further details
|Thursday April 14, 2016|
|The International SMR and Advanced Reactor Summit
|Friday April 15, 2016|
|The International SMR & Advanced Reactor Summit
||The Nuclear Construction Summit
For more information about the Nuclear Construction Summit, please contact Siobhan O’Meara using the below details. In regards to the International SMR and Advanced Reactor Summit, please get in touch with John Furness.
We look forward to seeing you in Atlanta!
Nuclear Energy Insider
Tel: +44 (0) 207 375 7512