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Draft RFP Issued for $3B DOE Cleanup Project in West Valley, NY

The Department of Energy has released a draft request for proposals for a potential 10-year, $3 billion contract to carry out cleanup work at a nuclear waste remediation site in West Valley, New York.

DOE said Tuesday the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is intended to continue deactivation, demolition and soil remediation activities at the West Valley Demonstration Project site.

The winning contractor will deactivate and demolish the remaining near-grade and below-grade components, remediate contaminated soils, dispose of legacy waste and perform environmental monitoring and surveillance.

A joint venture between CH2M and BWX Technologies performs waste management efforts at the WVDP site under a contract slated to expire on Feb. 28, 2025.

DOE intends to conduct a pre-solicitation conference, site tour and one-on-one sessions for the WVDP Phase 1B cleanup project in late September. 

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