Constellis, a leading provider of operational support and risk management services, announced Tuesday that Centerra, a Constellis company, has been selected to provide physical security for Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc. (NFS) in Erwin, Tennessee. This contract has a five-year duration followed by three-year and two-year options.
“Centerra is proud to be awarded this important contract to safeguard NFS and support their mission,” says Constellis Chief Operating Officer Paul Donahue. “We will leverage our years of experience providing the Department of Energy with security and problem solving capabilities.”
Centerra has over 50 years of experience providing physical security services to the DOE. The company also provides security services to DOE’s sites at Savannah River, the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Los Alamos and Hanford.
With over 24,000 employees, Constellis, based in Washington, D.C., provides security to facilities in over 40 countries.
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