Jacobs has been the program manager and transformational leader on some of the world's most challenging jobs, including 7 major US DOE nuclear projects, the 2012 London Olympics, and the Thames Tideway Tunnels program. Performance on these and other programs has facilitated Jacobs's ranking as the Number 1 Program Management firm since 2004 by Engineering New-Record. Jacobs delivers multi-billion dollar nuclear programs and legacy liabilities management projects consistently on or ahead of schedule and under budget, providing best value for our clients and taxpayers.
Fluor is one of the world's largest publicly traded engineering, procurement, construction, and project-management companies. For 70 of the company's 100-year history, Fluor has provided a full suite of business, engineering and technical services for managing multifaceted nuclear projects and operations, both government and private. Able to reach back to 40,000 employees worldwide with specialty expertise in over 1,000 scientific and technical disciplines, Fluor's hallmarks are safe, on-time, on-budget delivery to every customer, every time – regardless of project location or complexity. Fluor has a demonstrated track record in reducing mission risk, optimizing return on investment, and implementing transformational change in large organizations and laboratory operations.
Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin is one of the leading engineering and construction groups in the world and a major player in the ownership of infrastructure. From its offices in over 40 countries, Canadian-based SNC-Lavalin provides EPC and EPCM services to clients in a variety of industry sectors. Through its wholly-owned subsidiary (Candu Energy), SNC-Lavalin holds the exclusive license to CANDU technology and the experience to further the science and technology mission of Canada's nuclear laboratory. SNC-Lavalin also has experience with the acquisition of Commerical Operations of AECL. Candu Energy is the largest purchaser of commercial services from AECL.