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Nuclear Design and Construction

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1966 Nuclear Design and Construction Ltd was a joint company formed by English Electric , Babcock and Wilcox and Taylor Woodrow, partners in the Consortium that was awarded three contracts by the Central Electricity Generating Board totalling £225 million for the Hinkley Point, Sizewell and Wylfa Nuclear Power Stations.[1]

1968 renamed Babcock English Electric Nuclear which later became British Nuclear Design and Construction

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  1. The Engineer 1966/11/04