August 10, 2023 | By Laura Piscetta

NAC International has moved its headquarters to a new location in the Atlanta suburb of Peachtree Corners, Georgia. The decision to relocate was made after careful consideration and planning to find a facility to better meet the evolving needs of the organization. While only a few miles from the previous location, the new office at 2 Sun Court in Peachtree Corners offers better accommodations for NAC to provide its nuclear fuel cycle technology and consulting solutions to its customers in the U.S. and worldwide and a larger space with opportunity for more growth.

NAC’s new office incorporates features that enhance efficiency and work productivity, with improved office equipment and technology, as well as spaces designed for increased collaboration. Employee input was sought and incorporated into the custom buildout for NAC.

“We are pleased to have completed the move to our new location in Peachtree Corners, where we can continue to serve our nuclear energy sector clients around the world,” said Kent Cole, NAC President and CEO. “With our recent acquisitions, NAC now offers a wider range of products and services for managing radioactive and hazardous waste, and our new headquarters offers a more optimal location from which to manage our global operations.”

For more than 50 years, NAC has been a leading supplier to the global nuclear energy sector, serving more than 200 customers, including leading nuclear utilities, supplier companies, governments, agencies, and the investment and financial community.