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Reactor Materials Testing Laboratory

Reactor Materials Testing Laboratory

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The Reactor Materials Testing Laboratory (RMTL) at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, is a specialized lab that is able to simulate conditions that materials experience inside a nuclear reactor and will be used to advance research into next generation power plants. The investigators in this facility conduct metallurgical research into the alloys used to fabricate components for CANada Deuterium Uranium (CANDU) reactors. The laboratory, a purpose built standalone facility, was designed using a fast track schedule and tendering process. The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) licensed the RMTL for operation after a multi-stage design and construction review process.
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Construction Team Members

Owner

Queen's University

Architect of Record

Diamond Schmitt Architects/Shoalts & Zaback Architects Ltd., In Joint Venture

Engineer of Record

Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd.

General Contractor

T.A. Andre & Sons (Ontario) Ltd.

Material Suppliers

Sousa Ready Mix

Additional Participants

Carpenters Local 249

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Du Toit Allsopp Hillier

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HH Angus

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Ironworkers Local 765

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Josselyn Engineering Inc.

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Kimco Steel

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LIUNA Local 183 (Kingston)

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Sika Canada Inc.

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Turner & Townsend Inc.

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