Dutch comes to the DUF6 Project with an extensive and professional thirty-year career history in senior management positions leading large organizations for all aspects of nuclear facility operations. Dutch has been a key player in the startup up and operations of Hazard Category 2 and 3 facilities. His experience includes managing, directing, and supporting organizations such as engineering, operations, radiation control/radiation protection, training, and procedure development. Extensive, hands-on and management experience in the start-up and operation of
Hazard Category 2 and 3 facilities and successfully maximizing performance-based incentive (PBI) milestones associated with those facilities. Routinely manages projects and budgets in excess of $100 million annually.
Since 2008, Dutch has managed the Field and Staffing Services Division of Atkins Nuclear Secured where he is responsible for capturing and executing scopes of work for DOE, DOD, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
As the New President and Project Manager, Dutch will be located in Lexington and have responsibility for:
· Integration of plant outage timing to support completion of small plant modifications and DUF4 construction activities
· Support and ensuring maximum plant processing uptime and operations at both sites while ensuring delivery of new and ongoing safety modifications
· Leading the entire DUF6 Team in establishing and modifying proposed PEMP milestones and facilitate in developing and advocating our annual work plan
Dutch's combined past experience, leadership, and expertise will be vital in the success of the DUF6 Project.