The APM Fossil North team recently completed a job in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania. APM Superintendent, Rick Sereno, and his crew of nine Millwrights performed a turning gear replacement, alignment check and valve calibration. The team received a great review from the customer, who complimented the team's focus on safety and agility among many other things.
“Collectively, as a team you demonstrated excellent prep, agility in addressing the emergent necessary work, flexibility with adding water washes .With that said, you purposefully have held yourselves and each other accountable to maintain safety focus. Your performance delivered the BLK1 back ahead of planned return, beautiful to see those 613 MW. And you eliminated need for additional May
two day water wash outage.
From the information we received, this is Mr. Sereno's first season as an APM Superintendent. What a great accomplishment and recognition! It’s always great to hear feedback from a satisfied customer on a job well done! Thanks to everyone on the team for your continued effort to put safety on the forefront without compromising quality.