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New Reactor Construction Inspection Hal Thornberry Vice President, Nuclear Construction 85 M 102006 D New Reactor Construction Inspection Hal Thornberry Vice President, Nuclear Construction 85 M 102006 D NRC Regulatory Information Conference March 11, 2009 2

V. C. Summer, Vogtle Levy County Projects • Shaw responsibilities: – – – Engineering V. C. Summer, Vogtle Levy County Projects • Shaw responsibilities: – – – Engineering Procurement Turbine island/balance of plant Site-specific systems Yard work Construction • Engineering, procurement, limited site development underway • Permanent plant construction cannot begin until NRC approval of COLA in 2011 -12, unless granted Limited Work Authorization • First new unit at each site scheduled to begin commercial operation in 2016 3

Sanmen and Haiyang Projects • Twin AP 1000™ units at each site • Excavation Sanmen and Haiyang Projects • Twin AP 1000™ units at each site • Excavation started ahead of schedule – Sanmen: February 2008 – Haiyang: July 2008 • Start of commercial operation: – Sanmen: 2013 – Haiyang: 2014 4

85 M 102006 D Sanmen Module Assembly Area 5 85 M 102006 D Sanmen Module Assembly Area 5

Inspection Preparation for Modules • In-house fabrication and module expertise leveraged in creation of Inspection Preparation for Modules • In-house fabrication and module expertise leveraged in creation of Global Modular Solutions 85 M 102006 D – Shaw Fabrication & Manufacturing maintained ASME certification for all activities related to construction of nuclear components – Assembly of modules in manufacturing setting will provide consistent quality, reduce construction site activity – Fabrication of assemblies at one location will simplify some NRC inspection activity 6

Preparation for Construction Inspection • Applying lessons learned from current Shaw nuclear projects – Preparation for Construction Inspection • Applying lessons learned from current Shaw nuclear projects – MOX (design, construction management) – LES (design) – China AP 1000 s (construction management) • Evaluating lessons learned from first generation of nuclear construction, recent industry activity • Flow mapping of construction installation activities, turnover and documentation processes 85 M 102006 D • Aligning construction procedures with NRC programs (including ITAAC), focus on ease of implementation 8 7

Preparation for Construction Inspection (cont. ) • Nuclear culture – Build on first NRC-approved Preparation for Construction Inspection (cont. ) • Nuclear culture – Build on first NRC-approved Nuclear Quality Assurance Program – Continued development of Safety-Conscious Work Environment • Construction readiness reviews – Develop key project milestones – Ensure reviews are timely and focused – Establish a level of confidence – Identify areas for improvement 85 M 102006 D – Identify programmatic issues 8

Preparation for Construction Inspection (cont. ) • Training and qualification – Construction training – Preparation for Construction Inspection (cont. ) • Training and qualification – Construction training – Craft skills training – Process certification • New plant construction – Training on Part 52 and ITAAC – ITAAC planning and scheduling 85 M 102006 D – ITAAC maintenance 9

Preparation for Construction Inspection (cont. ) • Teamwork and interface with AP 1000™ partners Preparation for Construction Inspection (cont. ) • Teamwork and interface with AP 1000™ partners – U. S. AP 1000™ project staff taking active role in construction management and other key activities on China projects – Development of QA/QC programs and policies 85 M 102006 D • Need for strong interaction with on-site NRC inspector 10