St Lucie

Site Information

St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant has two PWR units located on the southeastern coast of Florida, 123 miles north of Miami and 132 miles southwest of Orlando.

The site is owned and operated by Florida Power & Light and went into operation in 1976.  The two units generate 1,880 MW.

Key Contact Information

BHI Site Manager: Sharon Casey
772-465-3550 X4164,

Recruiter: Terrence Ball
800-225-0385 X1258,

Reporting Information

Report time 0700 to CBT / badging office.

GPS Address

6501 S Ocean Dr, Jensen Beach, FL 34957

Directions/Link to Google Maps

Nearest Airports

Palm Beach International (PBI) 56 miles

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International (FLL) 102 miles

Miami International (MIA) 123 miles

Orlando International (MCO) 124 miles


Preferred Places to Stay



by varesha mauney on 1/25/2022 05:35 PM

COVID-19 is still a major health issue right now for our communities and it puts at risk required levels of staffing to ensure stable operations. We should all do our best to protect ourselves and our coworkers, using the proven tools of vaccinations, masking, social distancing, self-evaluation of symptoms, testing and quarantine if needed.

This week, the Federal Government set up a website where you can order COVID-19 test kits for self-use at home. Each household can order up to 4 test kits, shipped out within 7-12 days. You can order your test kits now so you have them when needed, by going to If you need to be tested now, the site also has resources for free testing locations in your state or you can check with your doctor or insurance carrier.

If you have questions, please speak with your supervisor to ensure you are meeting the latest protocol for employment.

Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we work through these times of rapid change. As always, the health and safety of our employees is our top priority. You can speak with your supervisor or email for additional information.

Zach Taylor | Vice President, Center of Excellence


NEXTERA Covid Policy

by Eric Bartlett on 8/11/2021 08:10 PM

At this time if you are fully vaccinated, you do not need to wear a mask.  Employees must wear a mask if you are not fully vaccinated.  If not vaccinated, employees must test twice weekly.