Contract Overview: PAC supported the DOE Office of River Protection (ORP) in the execution of project controls, baseline planning, scheduling, cost estimating, quality assurance review, facility and construction assessments, procurement support, financial management, budget formulation/execution, external and internal communications, information technology, property management, technical reviews and casual analysis. Other work scope includes: contract claim evaluations, system assessments and consultation, technical document and presentation development; contracts management, facility management; oversight support services. Period of performance: August 2002 through May 2009.
PAC Provide Project Management, Quality Assurance, Scheduling & Data Management technical support services to the Energy and Environment Directorate (EED) at LLNL in support of the Yucca Mountain Project (YMP), the Office of Science & Technology and International (OSTI) [ currently Science and Technology Program (STP)], and the “W” Program . Period of Performance: July 2003 through present.
PAC personnel provided an independent assessment of the Tank Waste Remediation System (TWRS) Performance Agreement management and financial systems for the Fluor Daniel Hanford Company. This analysis reviewed the scope, status, and management review process of a cross-section of the FY97 Performance Agreements. The review documented the findings and provided recommendations for revising the management systems used to choose, develop, and status future Performance Agreements.
PAC supports the DOE, Richland Field Office (DOE-RL) with support in project analysis, integration, Scheduling, regulatory and technical and cost engineering fuctions, PAC provides support to the DOE-RL mission for environmental clean up of the Hanford Site in areas including: baseline administration and review, budget formulation, engineering/design support, projects controls analysis, and project controls training. Period of Performance: January 2006 through September 2012.
Shaw Modular Solutions, NQA-1 and ASME program development, commercial grade dedication services, QC Inspection, Fabrication Document Package Review, QA Audits, Root Cause Analysis, procedure development, detail drawing development.
Scores of nuclear equipment manufacturers NQA-1 program Development and commercial grade dedication services as well as QA and QC support.
Project Controls and Quality Assurance Consulting DOE Idaho Operations Office (DOE-ID) and Global Technologies, incorporated (GTI), Idaho Falls, ID
PAC supports the DOE Idaho Operations Office (DOE-ID), through the GTI prime contract, in the execution of project controls, scheduling, contract planning, and quality assurance assessment and consulting. Period of Performance: March 2006 through September 2007.
PAC provides consulting support to CWI in the evaluation of their independent assessment, corrective action, and assessor training and qualification programs to identify opportunities for program improvements. Period of Performance: March 2008 through September 2008
PAC provides quality assurance consulting support to MNEC in the development of their Quality Assurance Program Description implementing procedures for the construction and operating license application for the Little Willow Nuclear Power Station near Boise, ID. In addition, PAC provides supplier qualification and surveillance activities of the MNEC geotechnical consultant performing site investigations tasks and serves as the QA organization for MNEC. Period of Performance: October 207 through Present.
PAC provided quality assurance and quality control support in restarting fabrication of radiographic source containers after an NRC imposed shutdown. Support included quality program assessment, preparation of corrective action plans, quality program and procedure development, training, supplier qualification, design drawing and fabrication procedure reviews, and interfacing with the NRC to resolve quality issues and to obtain authorization to restart container production.
PAC provides quality assurance consulting support to Bigge for the development of their Nuclear Quality Assurance Manual and implementing procedures for the safety related rigging activities associated with equipment heavy lifts at their client facilities. In addition, PAC conducts the Bigge internal audits and conducts supplier qualification audits and surveys of the Bigge rigging fabricators. Period of Performance: 2002 to Present.
Design foundations for ground-mounted solar tracker array systems requiring conditions for existing “ retention pond” and wind speed of ~75 mph. Scope of services will include but are not Limited to Value Engineering Phase, Design Foundations for Array’s Pedestals/Electrical Equipment. Development of “Permit, Construction and As-Built” drawings.
Design & Engineering Services for Installation of 500kW Ground Mounted PV Solar Systems at a Wind Farm, in Ellington, WA. Electrical equipment, inverters/transformers, switches,etc., for systems that will be placed and supported. MIS will be developing conceptual designs, foundation/ structural plans, connection methods, electric title, specs, one and three line drawings, grounding plan/details, wire,conduit sizing/list, plan and details as well as wiring designs.
PAC provided Engineering Assurance services to PG&E for review of design change modifications and component procurement documents to verify compliance with the nuclear plant’s operating license requirements. This task encompasses nuclear utility issues associated with license commitment capture, tracking and compliance verification.
PAC assisted the engineering section at NSP in the Station Blackout Upgrade project at the Prairie Island Nuclear Plant. PAC provided services to monitor the design and installation activities of two new emergency diesel generators and associated HVAC system.
PAC personnel provide mechanical engineering support, planning and scheduling support, and development of maintenance procedures for the overhaul and repair of power plant equipment. PAC personnel also participate in development and implementation of Streamlined Reliability Centered Maintenance (SRCM) and System Reliability Improvement efforts at fossil power plants.
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PAC provided technical support during the development of ASME Code Classification Drawings for the Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP). The drawings were necessary to implement the ASME Section XI Inservice Inspection & Testing Program and Repair Program at DCPP.
Technical support included a detailed analysis of the SAR system descriptions and accident analyses and a systematic evaluation of all piping and instrumentation drawings (P&IDs) to verify that piping systems were properly classified as to their safety function (i.e., ASME Code Class 1, 2, & 3) and that piping system boundary interfaces had been properly established. PAC personnel also assisted in the preparation and review of unique ASME Section XI Code Classification Drawings.
PAC personnel provided technical support during the development of the “Q” list for the Prairie Island Nuclear Plant.
Technical support included a systematic analysis of the SAR system descriptions and accident analyses; review of the mechanical, electrical, & instrument equipment lists; and evaluation of the plant piping, electrical, and instrumentation drawings and schematics. Methods were developed to identify design and quality classifications and the safety-related function of each plant component so that proper work planning and procurement controls could be established.
PAC provides licensing support during revision of the 10CRF72 Safety Analysis Report (SAR) for the design and fabrication of their VSC-24TM Dry Spent Fuel Storage System and preparation of the 10CFR71 SAR for the design and fabrication of their TransStorTM Dry Spent Fuel Transportation System. Support includes review of new and revised SAR sections, calculations, drawings, specifications and responses to NRC Requests for Additional Information (RAI).
PAC personnel provided technical advisor support for the Environmental Restoration assessment and cleanup program for the DOE Southwestern Area Program. Tasks included review of RCRA/CERCLA work plans and documents for issuance to EPA regions and State regulators per regulatory compliance agreements, justifying and prioritizing outyear budget submissions, and integrating various site technology development needs with the DOE, Office of Technology Development.
PAC personnel provided management, development, operations, and strategic direction support for the safe, legally compliant, cost-effective treatment, storage and disposal of liquid effluents at the Hanford site. This effort included leading a complete reengineering process for the groundwater management, environmental science, pest and vegetation management and environmental monitoring organizations.
PAC provided project management and cost estimating support to the laboratory during various radioactive waste cleanup and environmental restoration projects. Also, developed project planning documentation for cost effective handling of Legacy Waste issues at Battelle - PNNL Hanford projects.
PAC personnel performed a summary review of the cost of corrosion options available to the DOE Complex for underground storage tank activities.
PAc will be performing corrosion and inspection procedures at the site to determine the extent of internal corrosion damage and failures to areas previously replaced. A condition assessment of this system will be performed to determine its reliability and to find out critical areas of piping which may need immediate attention and/ or replacing. In addition, methods will be developed to monitor/ mitigate future damage in this line to ensure future reliable operation.
Hanford, Inc PAC provided support to the physical, chemical, and radiochemical characterization of various waste matrices. PAC functioned as a liaison between customers and laboratory services, and concurrently managed samples and reported and validated analyses from multiple projects. An essential project supported by PAC was the 242-A Evaporator Campaign 99-1, which allowed for dramatic waste volume reduction of Hanford Tank Wastes.