We’re Fit 4 Nuclear.
We’re well established within the global energy sector through our support of the oil and gas industry, so diversification into the Civil Nuclear field presented a natural progression and a logical next step for Strata as a business.
Nuclear energy is likely to be a key factor as the world moves towards a cleaner, low carbon future and we’re ready to play a part in our journey to net zero.
With an expanding UK Civil Nuclear new build and decommissioning programme, the opportunity to enhance our capabilities, influence and exposure within the Civil Nuclear arena – leveraging our bespoke specialist engineering, process and project management capability – is a fantastic opportunity for us.
Fit 4 Nuclear is essentially a journey of business improvement which Strata has followed through a rigorous process of both self and formal external assessments, on-site verification and external review supported by nuclear specialists.
Fit 4 Nuclear has provided an impetus and vehicle for change, allowing the business to diversify from the oil and gas sector into renewables, recoverables and new green energies.
The goal of Fit 4 Nuclear status was successfully achieved and confirmed by Nuclear AMRC in June 2016, but the true benefit rests substantially in the continuous driving of standards, enhancement of the skills base and the knowledge of the whole Strata business.
Success is the onward journey, not a destination and ultimately the benefit is to all our current and future customers and partners.
Read what Managing Director Dr Roger Kimber had to say about our F4N status on page 14 of Nuclear AMRC news.
Nuclear AMRC’s new F4N Connect interactive portal links nuclear buyers with nuclear-ready suppliers they can trust, connecting companies working on nuclear projects with suitable suppliers and subcontractors.
We’re delivering innovative turnkey engineering solutions for the nuclear industry. If you have a challenge to overcome, get in touch with us and find out how we can help you solve your nuclear-decommissioning issues.