(PRWEB) September 29, 2011
Attendees from across North America and internationally are flocking to Charlotte, North Carolina in October to develop their nuclear strategies by learning from experience gained at key construction projects to help mitigate future risks and reduce their project costs. Experts from all of the major utilities and owners across North America are sending delegations, keen to drive the construction industry forward and to learn from the front-runners in the industry.
Due to the huge support from the large utilities and owners, the conference has already sold out its primary meeting place – resulting in the summit having to secure extra space and doubling the size of the conference area to accommodate the droves of experts who are looking to establish their companies in this burgeoning market.
Event organiser Nuclear Energy Insider stated “With construction work continuing at Vogtle, VC Summer and Darlington (Canada), the industry is keen to hear their project updates and to implement the lessons learned into their own forward planning. With support from the industry regulator, government organisations and the major owners, the conference is selling at an unexpected rate. Due to this huge demand for the meeting we have had to double the size of the conference to allow space for the 350+ attendees now expected”.
Hosting such a senior level meeting in the Carolinas will benefit the region greatly by bringing international buyers to the doorstep of the US nuclear industry – but with only 100 remaining conference passes this meeting is set to sell out in the next 4 weeks.
The conference will not only cover the construction of new commercial nuclear reactors but will also discuss other crucial construction projects such as Hanford WTP, Small Modular Reactor’s, The American Centrifuge Project, overseas construction experience and lessons learned from power uprate.
For more information on the 3rd Nuclear Construction Summit which is taking place in Charlotte North Carolina on October 25-27 visit http://www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/nuclear-construction-summit/download-brochure.shtml
Or alternatively contact Dean Murphy, Conference Organiser