Michigan company gets Oak Ridge job

The Department of Energy today announced that CTI and Associates, a minority-owned small business based in Wixom, Mich., has been awarded a firm-fixed-price contract to provide demolition services at the K-732 switchyard in Oak Ridge.

According to info released by DOE, CTI will provides multiple services — including recovery and recycling of legacy metals — at the switchyard at the East Tennessee Technology Park. There also are a  number of optional work activities for the Oak Ridge contract.

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