Stevens Institute of Technology
Fermi is a DOE site from 1972 to the present so workers are eligible to file both Part B and Part E claims.
The Stevens Institute of Technology performed beryllium research and development for the AEC. Researchers at the school's Powder Metallurgy Laboratory experimented with slip casting production techniques as a replacement for the conventional vacuum-hot-pressed block process. Beryllium powder was the primary ingredient in the production process. The laboratory's working inventory during the course of the contract included approximately 50 pounds of beryllium metal powder produced by the Brush Beryllium Company.
DOE lists Stevens as a covered EEOICPA facility.