WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senior DOE officials, industry executives and community representatives from across the U.S. are set to participate in the 2017 National Cleanup Workshop, scheduled for Sept. 13-14 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Virginia.
Planned participants include:
- Jim Owendoff, Acting Assistant Energy Secretary for EM
- Roger Jarrell, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Energy for EM
- Stacy Charboneau, EM Associate Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Field Operations
- Ralph Holland, EM Deputy Assistant Secretary for Acquisition and Project Management
- Barton Barnhart, EM Infrastructure Management and Disposition Policy Director
- Edward McGinnis, Acting Assistant Energy Secretary for Nuclear Energy
- Carmelo Melendez, Director, DOE Office of Legacy Management
- Jack Craig, Manager, EM Savannah River Operations Office
- Robert Edwards, Manager, EM Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office
- Doug Hintze, Manager, EM Los Alamos Field Office
- Jay Mullis, Deputy Manager, Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management
- Doug Shoop, Manager, EM Richland Operations Office
- Todd Shrader, Manager, EM Carlsbad Field Office
- Kevin Smith, Manager, EM Office of River Protection
- Jack Zimmerman, Deputy Manager, DOE Idaho Operations Office
- Cathy Hickey, President, Westinghouse Government Services
- Greg Meyer, Senior Vice President, Fluor
- Billy Morrison, Chair, Energy Facility Contractors Group (EFCOG)
- James Taylor, Principal Vice President, Bechtel
- Todd Wright, General Manager, AECOM
- Ty Blackford, President, CH2M Hill Plateau Remediation Co.
- Dennis Carr, Site Director, Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth
- Bruce Covert, President, Nuclear Waste Partnership
- Bill Johnson, President, Mission Support Alliance
- Stuart MacVean, President, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions
- Dr. Terry Michalske, Director, Savannah River National Laboratory
- Karthik Subramanian, AECOM N&E Chief Technology Officer
- Rebecca Casper, Mayor, Idaho Falls, Idaho
- Chuck Smith, Councilman, Aiken County, South Carolina
- Shelly Wilson, Federal Facilities Liaison, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
- Ron Woody, County Executive, Roane County, Tennessee
The National Cleanup Workshop brings together key stakeholders to discuss EM’s progress on the cleanup of the environmental legacy of the nation’s Manhattan Project and Cold War nuclear weapons program.
More information on this year’s workshop, including other confirmed speakers and the current agenda, can be found here.
As the largest environmental cleanup program in the world, EM is charged with cleaning 107 sites across the country, totaling an area equal to that of Rhode Island and Delaware.