The Place Where
Minds Can Explore

Our head office in Cleator Moor is just four miles from the Cumbrian coast and is a gateway town on the edge of the Lake District.

World famous for its lakes and mountainous fells, the area is perfect for walkers, bikers and outdoor enthusiasts. 

Our Warrington office is ideally positioned under an hour from the culture, heritage and attractions of both Manchester and Liverpool. 

Wherever our people are based, we have the perfect mix to enable a rich and varied work life balance.

Our People

Our business is centred around our people. We only recruit motivated, creative and dedicated individuals, all with unique experiences and backgrounds. This allows us to maintain our position as one of the leaders in the nuclear decommissioning sector.

We see everyone as an individual. 

At React everyone has the chance to define their own career path, built around individuals unique strengths. We believe everyone has the potential to play a role in shaping the future of decommissioning.

Our Training

Our approach to training is innovative and ambitious and aligns with our core principles. We develop creative and credible engineering and project professionals, equipped with all the capabilities needed to deliver our shared vision. 

Our people come from a wide range of backgrounds. These include engineers, chemists, physicists, professionals specialising in project and portfolio management, project controls, and a wide range of complimentary disciplines. The philosophy that is consistent across all of our roles is a passion for making a difference, with all members of the team sharing in our shared values.

We invest heavily in our people, a commitment which has been recognised over the years by a wide range of prestigious institutions, including the Royal Academy of Engineering through an Engineering Professional Development Award, and the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) Monitored Professional Development Scheme.

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