The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 37 (1959) > Issues > Issue 3 > Berkeley Power Station, With Particular Reference to the Design of the Reactor Building
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Berkeley Power Station, With Particular Reference to the Design of the Reactor Building

The Berkeley Nuclear Power Station has the unique distinction of being one of the first two nuclear power stations to be put under construction for the Central Electricity Generating Board. Work started on site in January 1956, the first reactor being programmed to be loaded with fuel in June 1960, and the second some six months later. D.R.R. Dick

Author(s): Dick, D R R

Keywords: berkeley power station, glos;nuclear energy;nuclear reactors;design;foundations;radiation shields;concrete