ATG Announces the Appointment of New Chief Operating Officer.Business Editors
FREMONT, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 13, 2000
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ATGC Asiantaeth Trwyddedu Hywyr A Cherbydau (Welsh: Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, UK) ), a leading provider of waste management services, today announced the appointment of Mr. Vik Mani Mani (mä`nē): see Manichaeism.
or Manes or Manichaeus
(born April 14, 216, southern Babylonia—died 274?, Gundeshapur) Persian founder of Manichaeism. as its Chief Operating Officer Chief Operating Officer (COO)
The officer of a firm responsible for day-to-day management, usually the president or an executive vice-president. .
Mr. Mani joins ATG from CH2M Hill, where he is currently Senior Vice President, Nuclear Systems and Services. During his seven year tenure at CH2M Hill, Mr. Mani played key roles for the Denver based environmental project management giant in the acquisition of billions of dollars of nuclear projects. Between 1993 and 1995, Mr. Mani served as the Capture Manager for the acquisition of the Rocky Flats contract, CH2M Hill's first major multi-billion dollar Department of Energy Environmental Management Project.
Prior to joining CH2M Hill, Mr. Mani held several senior management positions in the nuclear industry serving both commercial nuclear facilities and the Department of Energy. Mr. Mani served two years as Senior Vice President for Rust Federal Services and played a key role on the Rust Federal Services and Lockheed Martin team that acquired the INEEL INEEL Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory M&O contract.
As Vice President of Government Services for Raytheon Engineers & Constructors, Mr. Mani was the Capture Manager and Project Manager for Raytheon's first nuclear waste management project -- the Waste Receiving and Processing (WRAP) project in Hanford, Washington. During Mr. Mani's tenure as the Vice President of Government Services, Raytheon Engineers & Constructors also won the construction management contract for DOE-Hanford's High Level Waste Vitrification vit·ri·fi·ca·tion
The process of using heat and fusion to convert dental porcelain to a glassy substance.
vitrification Project (HWVP HWVP Hanford Waste Vitrification Plant
HWVP High-Level Waste Vitrification Project ). Prior to becoming Vice President, Government Services, Mr. Mani served as the Director of Operations for nearly a decade managing Engineering and Construction Management activities of the multi-billion dollar Washington Nuclear Projects in Richland, Washington. Mr. Mani and his team led the effort, along with prominent community leaders in Richland, Washington to utilize the Washington Nuclear Project No 1 as the nation's replacement tritium tritium (trĭt`ēəm), radioactive isotope of hydrogen with mass number 3. The tritium nucleus, called a triton, contains one proton and two neutrons. It has a half-life of 12.5 years and decays by beta-particle emission. production facility.
Mr. Mani has over 30 years of experience in the nuclear industry and graduated with a Master of Science degree in Engineering Management and Nuclear Engineering from the Drexel University. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Nuclear Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. He is the published author on Design Measures to Reduce Occupational Radiation Exposure.
As ATG's Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Mani will be based in Richland, Washington, "For my wife and I, returning to this wonderful place after being away for many years is like returning home," Mr. Mani said. "This is where we raised our children and this is a place where we have numerous friends. This is a vibrant community and we are looking forward once again to taking an active part in its professional, and social activities. Working with Doreen and other talented ATG employees to enhance the value of ATG, to launch the LLMW LLMW Low Level Mixed Waste services, to serve the Department of Energy and other commercial clients is an exciting opportunity." Mr. Mani emphasized that his top priorities would be safety and compliance in ATG's operations, and achieving the highest levels of customer satisfaction and shareholder value.
Mr. Mani and his wife Kamala kamala
an anticestodal agent derived from the plant Mallotus philippinensis; now replaced by better and safer compounds. will be moving to Richland Washington during the second week of November.
"Vik is an innovative, high energy, strategic and results-oriented senior executive from the most successful company in the industry, he is also a demonstrated market maker with a strong orientation toward growth," said Doreen Chiu, President and Chief Executive Officer of ATG. "Mr. Mani's solid track record covers commercial and all major DOE sites, his experience and knowledge will further enhance ATG's quality services to our clients as we commence the Low Level Mixed Waste GASVIT(TM) operations," added Ms. Chiu.
Mr. Bill Hewitt has resigned his position as an officer of the corporation.
About ATG Inc.
ATG Inc. is a leading provider of environmental technologies, hazardous and radioactive waste management Radioactive waste management
The treatment and containment of radioactive wastes. These wastes originate almost exclusively in the nuclear fuel cycle and in the nuclear weapons program. Their toxicity requires careful isolation from the biosphere. services. The Company offers comprehensive thermal and non-thermal treatment solutions for hazardous, radioactive and mixed wastes. The Company's Fixed Facilities Division and Engineering and Construction Division provide waste management, and environmental restoration services for commercial, institutional and government clients such as nuclear power plants, medical facilities, research institutions, and the U.S. Departments of Defense and Energy.
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