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BWX Technologies, Inc. (BWXT) performs some of the most technical and advanced manufacturing operations in the world, consistently meeting close dimensional tolerances and demanding quality requirements.

Our Nuclear Operations Group facilities have a combined 3 million square feet of manufacturing space with the following capabilities and equipment:

  • Precision machining (including multiple, large, full-contouring CNC horizontal and vertical machining centers)
  • Manual, automatic and robotic welding processes, including electron beam, plasma and TIG welding capabilities processes to support capabilities in carbon, alloy, ferritic and austenitic stainless steels, aluminum, inconel and copper alloys
  • Solid-model CAD / CAM integrated with manufacturing
  • Expertise in high-strength, low-alloy steels, nickel-based materials and others
  • Specialized non-destructive examinations (RT, UT, MT / PT, Eddy Current) equipment for radiographic, ultrasonic, eddy current, magnetic particle, remote visual, dye penetrant and hydrostatic testing
  • Manual, semi-automatic and automatic inspection systems including non-contact capacitance, vision and laser systems
  • Stress relieving
  • Computer controlled furnaces for heat treating and annealing
  • Heavy lift cranes (up to 1,000 tons)


All BWXT Nuclear Operations Group facilities offer heavy-haul truck and rail access. Our Mount Vernon location, which is strategically placed on the Ohio River, can also facilitate ocean-going barge transportation. (The facility’s dock features direct barge access via a crane with total lift capability of 1,000 tons – the largest on the Ohio River.)