Westinghouse opens a new area office

16 June 2017

In the latest action to accelerate its return to the government services marketplace, Westinghouse Electric Company announced the opening of a new Washington, D.C., area office that serves as headquarters for its Westinghouse Government Services LLC business. Industry and government officials joined Westinghouse in marking the establishment of the office at a June 6 open house hosted by the company.

Westinghouse Government Services will support U.S. government needs by applying the company’s advanced technologies and capabilities in nuclear operations and decommissioning, and in engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM). It is currently a partner in managing operations of the DOE depleted uranium hexafluoride (DUF6) conversion facilities in Ohio and Kentucky, and is involved in teaming relationships to bid several multibillion-dollar DOE site operations and decommissioning contracts.

The Westinghouse Government Services team includes experienced leaders Cathy Hickey, who serves as president, and Jon Greenert and Bob Cochran, who serve as members of its board of directors. Durham and Hickey also serve as board members; Greenert is the board’s chairman.

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