Date(s) - 03/11/2020
7:30 am - 9:30 am
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Matt Ross Community Center
7:30 am – Registration/Breakfast
8:00 am – Presentation
Nuclear Plant Decommissioning:
The Humboldt Bay Decommissioning & Demolition Project was for the dismantlement, remediation, and restoration of a small nuclear reactor (63 MW) in northern California. The project’s remote location, inclement weather, and proximity to Humboldt Bay posed significant challenges and risks in executing the project. The project concluded in September 2019 after 6+ years of field work with zero lost time injuries and over 1.7M hours worked. The presentation will cover the decommissioning, remediation, demolition, and restoration of the 102-acre site.
Ethan Begg, Program Director, APTIM
Ethan Begg is a registered PE in Chemical Engineering with over 20 years in the environmental field. For 10+ years, his background focused on air pollution control for fossil power plants, and acquired air permits for over 75,000 MW of new generation in 30+ states. After getting into Business Development, Mr. Begg led the successful capture team for the Humboldt Bay Decommissioning Project, and transitioned into the role of contract manager for the project. In his tenure he negotiated over $100M in change orders for the project. He spent the better part of six years at the Humboldt site in Eureka, CA, and served not only as Prime Contract Manager, but as Business Manager, Subcontract Administrator, Procurement Lead, and Finance Lead on the $280M+ project.
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