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Feature KEITH COLLETT


What developments do you expect to see in the next five years at Nuvia?


Keith Collett


CEO of Nuvia Limited


Keith has been an Executive Director at Nuvia since 1995, becoming CEO in July 2008. He has managed a wide spread of activities across the company including direct responsibility for the Dounreay, Consulting and Health Physics Divisions, Human Resources, Marketing and Commercial Services. Keith’s previous experience includes site, design and project work with BNFL at Sellafield and Risley, and Divisional Management with NNC. Keith is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers.


The next five years will be critical to the success of a number of key legacy projects across the UK. Nuvia has an ongoing involvement in a number of these challenging projects and we expect to see this work increasingly transition from the engineering design process into site implementation works. Also in the UK over the next five years the potential new build opportunities are clearly significant. Nuvia has been developing strong relationships with manufacturers and suppliers to enable us to utilise our experience of nuclear projects in support of this Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) work.


For any engineer, the diversity of the nuclear industry – whether in legacy decommissioning, ongoing operations or new build – is vast in terms of the technical challenges which it offers.


Nuvia is a growing international brand; not only do we operate in the UK and France but we have operations across Europe, India, Scandinavia, China and Canada. We are well placed to offer nuclear services to a global market in support of decommissioning and new build programmes; hence we expect this growth to continue.


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