Kurion, Inc., an innovator in nuclear and hazardous waste management, announced it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Vista Engineering Technologies, a full-service engineering, design and technology firm based in Richland, Wash.
Phil Ohl, president and CEO of Vista Engineering Technologies, added, “We have worked closely with the Kurion team for more than a year on global nuclear waste projects and have high respect for their expertise and technologies. Joining Kurion presents an opportunity for us to address nuclear and hazardous waste challengesaround the world.”
Founded in 2000, Vista Engineering specializes in three areas: remote systems and services, engineering and design services, and environmental services. The company has supported the U.S. Department of Defense and the Department of Energy for 13 years on a number of efforts, including projects at the Hanford nuclear waste site, the Idaho National Laboratory, and the Umatilla chemical weapons depot. The company has also supported cleanup at international waste sites, including sites in Japan and the UK, and it has provided engineering design and analysis services to advanced commercial nuclear reactor projects.
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