Director of Business Development 

With nearly 15 years of experience serving the commercial nuclear industry under a formal 10CFR50 Appendix B/NQA-1 program, Mike has established his role as a reliable business developer and project manager for utility project support and tier II operational equipment services. His ranged skill set includes work with ISFSI/DFS support equipment; BOP equipment maintenance; reactor services equipment; large component packaging and processing; outage support services; safety-related and non-safetyrelated rotating equipment; radioactive materials processing; decontamination; transportation and logistics; and Class A, B, and C LLRW waste processing and disposal. Additionally, he is experienced in project estimating, contract negotiation, and contract/purchase order review to ensure compliance with customer specifications, QA programs, design specifications, operating procedures, and federal regulations. Mike holds a Master’s Degree from Youngstown State University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Geneva College

Operations Manager

18 years experience managing hazardous and non-hazardous shipments via rail, truckload (flatbed and dry van) air, ocean, roll-off and LTL. Rail transportation experience includes 5+ years as a supplier to US class 1 railroads as well as short lines and transit authorities across the county. Kevin has successfully managed supply/transportation projects ranging from $10,000 to more than $10 million, for both commercial and government entities.
Ken Grumski


Ken has a wide variety of Federal decontamination and decommissioning (D&D) waste management expertise in rail and truck logistics, radioactive waste disposal, container design, container manufacturing, radioactive waste processing, hazardous waste management, and transportation of hazardous materials. He has been involved in developing and approving waste management plans for field programs associated with sediment, soil, surface water, building decommissioning, and groundwater investigations; and has analyzed remedial alternatives for applicability, effectiveness, risk, implementation, cost, and scheduling, all to identify the best transportation and disposal options for site remediation.
Wes Stout

Director, Technical Services

Wes holds a Bachelor of Science and is a veteran of the U.S. Navy Nuclear Power Program. He has 30-plus years of experience as a radiological Health Physicist and Project Manager with experiences in radiological D&D, industrial safety, and waste management. He is the Radiological Engineering lead for characterization of waste streams, identification of viable treatment and disposal alternatives, as well as Federal client health physics and waste management technical support.