Burns and Roe
Burns and Roe is a beryllium vendor facility for 1949-1950 so workers are eligible to file for Part B claims.
In 1949, under AEC contract AT(30-1)438, Burns & Roe constructed a pilot plant in Maspeth on Long Island. The plant was constructed as a means of determining the potential value of the Sheer-Korman process in the manufacture of reactor materials. At least one test run involving beryllium was conducted in 1949. The New York Operations Office Health and Safety Laboratory sampled for beryllium in the air in 1949 and 1950, when the plant was dismantled.
DOE lists Burns and Roe as a covered EEOICPA facility.