CPC Regeneration Project – Rolls Royce, Derby – Main Contractor – Grahams Construction
Contract Period: 3 years
This project forms part of a redevelopment programme currently underway at Raynesway, Derby. The phased programme focuses on replacing time expired manufacturing whilst retaining existing manufacturing capabilities.
The first two years of the project will see the major construction process take place including new steel framed buildings.
The third year of the programme will see the installation of the original manufacturers machinery within the facility.
The Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) has given permission for Rolls-Royce Marine Power Operations Ltd to commence the first phase of construction for a major rebuilding programme for the company's Nuclear Fuel Production Plant at Raynesway in Derby.
The new facilities at Raynesway are intended to manufacture highly enriched uranium fuel modules and reactor cores for future nuclear powered submarines for the Royal Navy, including the successors to the current Vanguard class submarines which carry Trident nuclear weapons.
New buildings to include:
- 2,400m2 Reception Building
- 520m2 Energy Centre
- 7,200m2 Manufacturing Facility 1,500m2 Product Assembly Building