The Resumption of Transient Testing Program was created to re-establish transient testing capability in the United States, specifically at the Transient Reactor Test (TREAT) Facility, located at the Idaho National Laboratory. The restart of TREAT began in early 2014 and concluded in August of 2017. The restart of TREAT occurred 13 months ahead of schedule and $20 million below the $75 million original budget. High-level detail of the restart effort along with several significant factors that contributed to successful restart of TREAT are discussed.