Specifically, the company customized their applications to meet federal requirements in full support of inspections, tests, analyses, and acceptance criteria (ITAAC) for the customer’s nuclear reactor construction projects for present now and future use.

The customization tracked and managed all ITAAC issues within the system, enabling the utility to meet federal regulations during the construction phase of the nuclear reactors and in preparation for start-up.

CHAMPS Software CEO Bryan Gay said, "Our customer continues to place high confidence in our system’s functional capabilities and they count on it for this project and their ongoing maintenance management needs."

CHAMPS solutions include condition reporting, maintenance, equipment management, lockout/tagout (LOTO) and work control management of personnel.

The utility has been using CHAMPS CMMS/EAM solution for work control, safety, permits, materials management and project tracking at its existing nuclear reactor site, for more than 30 years.

The new solutions are expected to be used for reactor maintenance and materials management, after the construction the new reactors is completed.