Matthew Currid, PMP
Mr. Currid graduated with a BS in Industrial Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA and earned his Project Management Certification through Syracuse University. He is a certified PMI Project Management Professional. He served 12 years active duty, US Naval Aviator. He is highly experienced with over 10 years of management; leading diverse teams in size from six to over 200. Twice deployed, he provided over 16 months of operational logistical support throughout the Pacific and Middle East. He has over 5,000 hours of project management work experience performed in 13 countries. Skilled in budgetary management, he spent 22 months directly responsible for cost scheduling and expenditure reporting estimating over $15M/year.
Patricia Stewart, MSOL
Ms. Stewart holds a BA in Education from the University of Hartford as well as a Masters or Organizational Leadership and a Certificate in Human Resource Management. Patricia has over 10 years of experience in the field of Human Resources and employee management.
Director of Business Development
Mr. Roach has over 30 years of experience in the nuclear industry. Brian has held a variety of positions in the areas of Construction Management, Maintenance, Outage Management, Project Management, Organizational Development and Performance Improvement. In addition to his nuclear experience, Brian spent several years in the petrochemical industry as a plant manager and was President and CEO of Northeast Biofuels. Brian has held a realtor license in New Hampshire. Brian received a bachelors degree in 1981 from the State University of New York at Albany and attained his PMP certification in 2013.
Site Director, Grand Gulf Station
Mr. Floyd has more than 34 years of nuclear experience ranging from hands-on technical work through senior manager assignments. He has been heavily involved in maintenance, projects, and work management. Mark had been assigned to INPO as a Senior Maintenance and Work Management Evaluator with more than ten evaluation and assistance visits. He has also led Nuclear Fatigue Rule implementation across fleets of plants. Mark has performed regulatory recoveries as both a utility employee and as a consultant.
Site Director, River Bend Station
Mr. McLemore has over 28 years’ experience in the Construction Industry including Nuclear Power, Conventional Power, and Medical. He has worked in management roles as a Site Manager, Project Manager, and a General Manager of Projects. Mr. McLemore has extensive experience in nuclear plant modifications and has managed, within the United States and overseas, multiple nuclear component replacement projects including steam generators, reactor heads, stators, feedwater heaters, core internals, and EPUs.
Site Director, Waterford 3 Station
Mr. Goodson has over 30 years’ experience in the Construction Industry including Nuclear Power, Industrial and Manufacturing. He has worked in management roles as a Project Manager, Project Controls and currently in a Site Director position. Mr. Goodson has brings experience in operating nuclear plants, decommissioning nuclear plants and major plant performing upgrades. He has managed modifications in the USA and Canada up to $60M.