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Fluor-BWXT Community Commitment Plan Dashboard (April 2017)

PIKE COUNTY, Ohio – April 27, 2017 – As a community of contractors serving the Department of Energy, I think I can speak for all of us and say it’s a privilege to work on a site where a government agency places such focus on giving back to the community. DOE-sponsored education programs like Science Bowl and Science Alliance really set the standard for engaging our young people. As the largest employer on the site with more than 1,900 employees and subcontractors, Fluor-BWXT takes pride in leveraging the size and community spirit of our workforce in helping make these and other DOE programs even bigger and better.

Since 2011 Fluor-BWXT has invested $3.6 million of our fee into this community and small-to-medium businesses that are growing jobs and creating financial stability for workers and southern Ohio families. We believe that the way to grow prosperity is through good jobs. It’s not a quick fix, but we have already seen the momentum this approach is building in Pike, Scioto, Jackson and Ross Counties. Additionally, some of those dollars have also gone directly to social and service organizations and local schools where we see the most immediate needs.

On behalf of our team and partner companies Fluor, BWXT and ch2M I’m glad to share this snapshot of our giving. While this chart accurately captures the raw numbers it doesn’t come close to communicating the giving spirit of our people, their commitment to our community and their belief in our site mission.

Thank you,
Dennis Carr
Fluor-BWXT Site Project Director