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New Construction Projects Underway at Quad Cities: Good News for Diversity-Certified Suppliers and Local WorkersNew Construction Projects Underway at Quad Cities: Good News for Diversity-Certified Suppliers and Local Workers<div><strong>​CORDOVA, Ill.</strong> – Construction is underway at Exelon Generation’s Quad Cities Station on several new projects, bringing hundreds of jobs and providing more than $20 million in new contracts for Illinois-based and diversity-certified suppliers. The first project is a multimillion-dollar expansion of the nuclear plant’s Professional Learning Center. The project will almost double the size of the current building and create a state-of-the-art training facility for Quad Cities employees.</div><div><br></div><div>The new addition will add more than 36,000 square feet to the existing structure and will allow the station to retire older, temporary buildings that require more frequent maintenance. It will also provide a modern and professional learning environment for the supplemental workers who support the plant, especially during annual refuel outages.</div><div><br></div><div>For this $7 million construction project, Exelon Generation is partnering with Burling Builders, Inc., an African American-owned, Chicago-based firm that has successfully completed similar facilities in Illinois. Burling will subcontract with multiple Quad Cities-based companies for portions of this work throughout the project. Construction is expected to be completed in early 2018. </div><div><br></div><div>“We are committed to advancing the economic vitality of the communities where we live and work. Through this project, we are demonstrating our dedication to working with diversity-certified suppliers in our local Illinois and Quad Cities community,” said Ken Ohr, Quad Cities Station site vice president. “Our commitment to supplier diversity expands access to valuable opportunities for minority-, women- and veteran-owned suppliers and boosts economic growth in the communities we serve.”</div><div><br></div><div>“Burling Builders is excited to be working on the Quad Cities Professional Learning Center project,” said Ryan Clancy-Leodoro, director of business development for Burling. “As a diverse prime partner on this project, BBI is committed to constructing this facility in a safe, quality manner with key partnerships with local firms. Like Exelon Generation, BBI is committed to a diverse workforce that reflects the communities it serves.”</div><div><br></div><div>In addition to the Professional Learning Center Expansion, Rock Island-based Valley Construction was recently awarded a more than $10 million contract for expansion of Quad Cities Station’s used fuel storage pad. Of this amount, $3.8 million will go toward a local diversity certified subcontractor, as part of Exelon Generation’s supplier diversity commitment. Koehler Electric and the Crawford Company are also spearheading multiple facility upgrades and remodeling projects this summer at the plant.</div><div><br></div><div>Quad Cities-based Ryan and Associates is also constructing a new maintenance facility on the north side of plant property. This will house the station’s numerous vehicles, lawn and snow removal equipment, and include a state-of-the art welding training shop specifically designed for specialty welding training and qualification certifications required at the plant. </div><div><br></div><div>Exelon Generation is committed to advancing supplier diversity. Empowering diverse businesses expands opportunities for woman-, minority- and veteran-owned businesses. Parent company Exelon Corp. recently became a member of the prestigious Billion Dollar Roundtable, a top-level advocacy organization that promotes corporate supplier diversity excellence. Exelon Corp. spent close to $2 billion with minority, women and veteran-owned suppliers in 2016, a 42 percent increase over the previous year.</div><div> </div><div></div> 6:00:00 PM
Fortune 100 Energy Company Exelon Chooses GE Predix to Accelerate Digital TransformationFortune 100 Energy Company Exelon Chooses GE Predix to Accelerate Digital Transformation<div class="intro-content"><ul><li>Partnership is part of Exelon’s strategy to identify and test innovative technologies to solve complex energy challenges<br> </li><li> Exelon will deploy GE’s full suite of Predix software applications across its entire generation fleet, which delivers 32,700 megawatts of nuclear, wind, solar, hydroelectric and natural gas power to increase performance and reliability.<br> </li><li> Exelon and GE will also co-develop Predix-based software applications for the electricity industry<br> </li></ul></div><div> <br> </div><div> <strong>SAN FRANCISCO</strong> – Today at Minds + Machines, GE (NYSE: GE) announced an enterprise-wide software agreement with Exelon, a Fortune 100 energy company with the largest number of utility customers and one of the cleanest generation fleets in the nation. </div><div> <br> </div><div>This agreement will integrate and deploy GE’s entire suite of Predix* software applications across Exelon Generation’s fleet of nuclear, hydroelectric, wind, solar and natural gas facilities. The digital technology is being used to improve power plant reliability and performance. The software agreement is part of Exelon’s broader strategy to partner with technology companies, top universities, national labs, government agencies and venture capitalists to unleash new technologies that have the potential to transform the industry and provide greater benefits to consumers.   </div><div> <br> </div><div>“As the only Fortune 100 company in the electricity sector, we have a unique opportunity to lead the energy industry in the exploration, development and deployment of the next generation of clean, diverse energy technologies,” said Chris Crane, president and CEO of Exelon. “This agreement allows for enhanced collaboration between GE and Exelon to develop solutions to complex industry challenges and accelerate the adoption of new, digital technologies across our industry.”</div><div> <br> </div><div>Both companies also announced a collaboration to co-develop, test and build next-generation software as a service (SaaS) applications built on the Predix platform for future market opportunities.</div><div> <br> </div><div>This collaboration with Exelon signals GE’s continued commitment to deliver innovative Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in every part of the electricity value network. As part of this agreement, GE will provide Exelon with its Predix platform, and Digital Power Plant and Digital Wind Farm solution suites, including Asset Performance Management (APM), Operations Optimization (OO), Business Optimization (BO), Cybersecurity and Advanced Controls/Edge Computing solutions.</div><div> <br> </div><div>“Exelon is one of America’s most admired energy businesses, and its embrace of digital marks a tipping point for the industry,” said Steve Bolze, CEO, GE Power. “Building on the success of several pilots conducted across Exelon’s fleet last year, Predix is leveraging the power of cloud-computing and data analytics to allow for increased visibility across Exelon’s entire generation fleet. With 25 new customers deploying Predix-based Digital Power Plant and Digital Wind Farm solutions it’s been a tremendous year of innovation in the electricity industry. We’ll look back on today as the pivotal moment digital transformation went mainstream.”</div><div> <br> </div><div>“Exelon is truly a pioneer. Creating a single view of operational data across its entire fleet has the potential to drive substantial improvements in reliability, efficiency and profitability,” said Ganesh Bell, chief digital officer, GE Power. “What sets Exelon even further apart is its commitment to co-create and commercialize future software applications on Predix that could benefit the entire industry. This is truly a game-changer.”</div><div> <br> </div> 2:00:00 PM