Unconventional Nuclear Weapons Defense (UNWD), Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC
Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
What We Did
Atriax provided a variety of engineering and construction phase services at Camp Lejeune, NC to test the installation of a suite of radiological material sensors arrayed to protect an existing Department of Defense installation. This project installed gamma and neutron particle detectors at various points on and around Camp Lejeune including public highways, installation gates, rail access and along surface water courses bordering the base. The project placed Atriax at the center of Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection technology deployment.
Services: Engineering, Construction Services
Budget: Fee: $180,000
Partners: Applied Research Associates
How We Did
Atriax met a strict budget compliance and exceedingly tight time constraints in order to meet announced demonstration date deadlines for senior Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, State and local officials. Senior officials remarked how the deployment test of the technology served as a viable proof of concept!
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