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PADUCAH DEACTIVATION & REMEDIATION
The U.S. Department of Energy is seeking a contractor to provide deactivation and remediation services at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant (PGDP or Paducah Site). The goal of the deactivation and remediation activities is to reduce risk and accelerating reduction in long-term surveillance and maintenance costs and future demolition costs.
The deactivation and remediation services to be acquired will be performed at the Paducah site, which is located on a federal reservation in Western Kentucky, approximately 8 miles west of Paducah, Kentucky, and 3.5 miles south of the Ohio River. The PGDP is situated on approximately 3,500 acres divided as follows:
The current anticipated schedule for the acquisition can be found at the DOE Acquisition Forecast website, http://hqlnc.doe.gov/Forecast, Opportunity ID DE030-17-0001.
- 644 acres within a fenced limited security area;
- Approximately 822 acres of uninhabited area surrounding the plant area; and
- 1,986 acres licensed to the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife as part of the West Kentucky Wildlife Management Area.
The Documents Library page of this website will be periodically updated to include project information to familiarize interested parties with the project.
Interested parties may submit questions to PaducahDR@emcbc.doe.gov.
Contracting Officer: Bridget Purdy - 513-246-0567
Contract Specialist: Dustin Dalton - 513-246-0548