Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth is committed to being an active corporate leader to the communities that have supported nuclear and environmental remediation missions at the DOE Portsmouth site for more than 65 years. Our company and our employees are engaged in activities and organizations that enhance the quality of life throughout the area. Fluor-BWXT invests in economic development, education and charitable giving initiatives that provide the greatest impact to the region.

Community Outreach

Jackson High School seniors Natalie Stevens, Tyler Mullins and Olivia Moore have claimed three of Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth’s (FBP) science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) scholarships. FBP awards 12 one-time $2,000 scholarships to qualifying students in the four-county region each year.

The Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth (FBP), Diversity Council was started in 2017 and is designed to connect a diverse workforce to the business practices and the management at the Portsmouth Gaseous Division Plant and to promote Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) on site and in the community. In an effort to promote a more diverse workforce, the FBP Diversity Council has created a scholarship for students in the local area who will be receiving further education at a trade school, technical college, community college, or university.

Each year employees at the Portsmouth site hold a coat drive for the less fortunate in our community. Items collected from the drive include coats, hats, and monetary donations. As a result, 133 coats were donated in time for the winter season. Volunteers deliver coats to schools in Jackson, Scioto, Ross, and Pike counties as well as in Greenup County, KY.