Florida Power & Light Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant Master Plan

The Austin Company was engaged by Florida Power & Light (FPL) for Master Planning and programming services for support facilities located at FPL’s Turkey Point Nuclear Power facility. Five new or expanded support buildings were included in the overall Master Plan.

Project Description: 

The Austin Company was engaged by Florida Power & Light (FPL) for Master Planning and programming services for support facilities located at FPL’s Turkey Point Nuclear Power facility. Five new or expanded support buildings were included in the overall Master Plan.

The Master Plan included over 158,000 SF total among the five buildings. The functions associated with the new and expanded support buildings included office and administration facilities, materials storage and logistics buildings, a fabrication facility and an assembly area that can be used for “all hands” meetings.

A part of the Master Plan, Austin designed an operations support facility that also serves as the focal point for personnel that go from the protected area into the reactor area and requires another level of security and additional clearances. The departments housed in this building are: radiation protection, hot tools, operations, outage control, work control, operational support and chemistry.

Finally, Austin provided for an expansion of an existing building that will house the Training Center. The Training Center building is located outside of the protected area and is the location for most of the training classes for the site. Various-sized classroom and lecture rooms were provided in the design, along with “Fitness for Duty”, nuclear security badging, employee concerns program and mail room.

Project Stats: 

Square Footage:  158,000
Austin Services Provided: Master Programing, Programming 

Location: 

Turkey Point, FL 

Project Client: 

Florida Power & Light 

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