Westinghouse Chapter 11 Filing Roils Labor Markets in Georgia and Beyond

Westinghouse Chapter 11 Filing Roils Labor Markets in Georgia and Beyond

Westinghouse Chapter 11 Filing Roils Labor Markets in Georgia and Beyond

SUGAR LAND--April 25, 2017--Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--When Westinghouse Electric Corporation LLC (Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania) filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection March 29, it triggered a cascading series of problems and uncertainties affecting suppliers of goods and services, including labor, to the two new nuclear units being built at the Alvin W. Vogtle Nuclear Power Station in Waynesboro, Georgia, and beyond. One of these uncertainties is whether and when suppliers of labor and other services will be paid.

Within this article: How the Westinghouse bankruptcy will affect Vogtle and Summer nuclear projects, as well as labor in the surrounding areas

Companies featured: Southern Company (NYSE:SO)

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