BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES & TECHNICAL CONFERENCE - OCTOBER 4-6, 2022 - CONFERENCE PROGRAM
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ETEBA 2022 Business Opportunities & Technical Conference Agenda DAY 1 Tuesday, October 4 8:45 AM Scholarship Golf Tournament (Willow Creek Golf Club) 5:30 PM BOTC 2022 Opening Ceremony – Knoxville Convention Center (Cumberland Concourse) Engineering • Technology Deployment • Waste Management ▶ Ribbon Cutting and Champagne Toast Facility Services & Operations • D&D and Remediation ■ Elizabeth Harm, Executive Director, ETEBA ■ Jennifer Stone, President, ETEBA www.vnsfederalservices.com ■ TBA, Fluor ■ Mark Ellison, Sales and Strategy Director, Jacobs ■ Jarrett Rice, Vice President for Business Development, Longenecker ■ Samantha Dolynchuk, Chief of Staff, UCOR ■ Alex Snyder, Project Manager, Mesa Associates, Inc. ■ Lauren Amos, Chief Operating Officer, Pinnacle Specialty Group, Inc. 6:00 - 8:00 PM Evening Celebration (Grand Ballroom) Reception Sponsored by Catawba D&Z Music by Tim Hughes Quartet DAY 2 Wednesday, October 5 The BOTC Exhibit Hall (Ballroom ABC) will be open from 7:00 am to 7:30 pm on Wednesday, October 5. Please be sure to spend time during breaks and throughout the conference getting to know these important ETEBA partners. 7:00 AM Networking Breakfast (Cumberland Concourse/Henley Concourse) 8:00 AM Welcome - Jennifer Stone, Area Office Manager, Thompson Engineering (Ballroom DEFG) Opening Remarks - Elizabeth Harm, Executive Director, ETEBA Safety Message - Alex Snyder, Project Manager, Mesa Associates, Inc. 8:15 AM Keynote Address (Ballroom DEFG) ▶ William “Ike” White, Senior Advisor, US Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management (EM) ▶ Introduction: Levitte Cox, Vice President and General Manager, Jacobs 8:45 AM Business Opportunity in Clean Energy Programs (Ballroom DEFG) ▶ Kelly Cummins, Deputy Director, Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations, DOE ▶ Introduction: Craig Ferguson, Senior Vice President for Operations, Longenecker 9:15 AM Clean Energy Opportunities: Creating the Future of Business (Ballroom DEFG) ▶ Cortney Piper, Executive Director, Tennessee Advanced Energy Business Council ▶ Introduction: Jennifer Stone, Area Office Manager, Thompson Engineering
ETEBA 2022 Business Opportunities & Technical Conference Agenda ETEBA 2022 Business Opportunities & Technical Conference Agenda DAY DAY 2 Wednesday, October 5 (cont’d) 2 Wednesday, October 5 (cont’d) 9:45 AM Networking Break and Technical Talks 3:15 PM Panel 4: Workforce Initiatives – Recruiting and Retaining a Quality Workforce (Ballroom DEFG) ▶ “Addressing Modern Organizational Challenges Using Existing Business Data, IOT, Analytics, and Moderator: Mark Field, Vice President, Knoxville Chamber of Commerce Artificial Intelligence“ (Room 301D) Speakers: ■ Evan White & Buddy Lee, Mesa Associates, Inc. • Nicole Nelson-Jean, Associate Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Field Operations, EM (Pre-recorded) ▶ “Embedded Digital Device Considerations In Commercial Grade Dedication” (Room 301E) • Charlie Malarkey, Administrative Services Manager, United Cleanup Oak Ridge (UCOR) ■ John Hendricks, Curtiss-Wright • Levitte Cox, Vice President and General Manager, Jacobs 10:15 AM Panel 1 – Cleanup Opportunities Across the Nation (Ballroom DEFG) • Lisa Strong, Corporate Recruiter, Mesa Associates, Inc. Moderator: Tommy Cook, Project Manager, Mesa Associates, Inc. 4:45 PM Exhibit Hall and Networking Opportunity (Ballroom ABC) ■ Candice Robertson, Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, DOE ■ Laura Wilkerson, Acting Manager, Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management (OREM) 6:00 - 8:00 PM Evening Reception (Grand Ballroom) ■ Ken Rueter, President and Chief Executive Officer, UCOR Reception Sponsored by Mesa Associates, Inc. Music by Soul Connection 11:30 AM Panel 2 – Business Opportunities in Defense of our Nation (Ballroom DEFG) Moderator: Ronnie Beck, Chief Executive Officer, Catawba Corporations DAY Speakers: • Christopher Hall, Deputy Small Business Director, Defense Logistics Agency 3 Thursday, October 6 • Eulanda Scott-Shingleton, Deputy for Small Business, US Army Corp of Engineers, Nashville District • Jennifer S. Cavanagh, Chief, Office of Small Business Programs, US Army Corp of Engineers, Savannah The BOTC Exhibit Hall (Ballroom ABC) will be open from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm on Thursday, October 6. Please be sure to spend District time during breaks and throughout the conference getting to know these important ETEBA partners. 12:45 PM 7:00 AM Networking Breakfast (Cumberland Concourse/Henley Concourse) Networking Lunch (Cumberland Concourse/Henley Concourse) 1:45 PM Panel 3 - NNSA Major Infrastructure Opportunities (Ballroom DEFG) 7:55 AM Wake Up to Working with TVA (Ballroom DEFG) Moderator: Steve Erhart, Vice President, Operations, Fluor ▶ Paul Buerkle, Senior Program Manager, Supplier Diversity and Development, TVA ▶ Introduction: Elizabeth Harm, Executive Director, ETEBA Speakers: • Jessica Kunkle, Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of Infrastructure and Lifecycle Management, 8:15 AM East Tennessee Opportunities (Ballroom DEFG) NNSA ▶ Moderator: Chris Caldwell, Communications Manager, UCOR ■ Watts Bar > Carol Barajas, Vice President Nuclear Projects and Subsequent License Renewal, Tennessee • Teresa Robbins, Manager, NNSA Production Office Valley Authority • Gene Sievers, Y-12 Site Manager, Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC (CNS) ■ Kairos Power > Lou Martinez Sancho, Vice President, Strategy and Innovation 2:45 PM ■ TRISO-X> Gary Bell, Director, TRISO-X Facility Design and Integration Networking Break and Technical Talks ■ Clinch River Project > Joe Shea, Sr., Senior Technical Adviser, Clinch River Project, Tennessee Valley ▶ “Technology Readiness Level (TRL): Maturation for the Slurry Mixing and Characterization Tank Authority (SMCT)” (301D) • AJ Kolb, AVANTech, LLC ▶ Water Management Strategy for X-326 Process Building Demolition and Debris Placement at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant” (301E) • Scott Murphy, Arcadis, & Dr. Jyh-Dong (J.D.) Chiou, Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth, LLC
ETEBA 2022 Business Opportunities & Technical Conference Agenda ETEBA 2022 Business Opportunities & Technical Conference Agenda DAY DAY 3 Thursday, October 6 (cont’d) 3 Thursday, October 6 (cont’d) 9:40 AM Networking Break and Technical Talks 2:00 PM Panel 7: SmALL Business Thursday: Prime and Sub-Contracting Opportunities (Eastern Panel) ▶ “Time to Strive for Contaminated Groundwater Liability Elimination – It Has Been Done!” (Room 301D) (Ballroom DEFG) ■ Kelly Houston, Scott Potter, & Frank Lenzo, Arcadis Moderator: Karen Shears, Director, Procurement and Contracts Division, Department of Energy, Oak ▶ “Approaching PFAS Data – Integrating an Array of Visualizations to the Conceptual Site Model” Ridge Environmental Management (OREM) (Room 301E) Speakers: ■ Ryan Swanson & Tadd Fox, HydroGeoLogic, Inc. • Mark Lochbaum, Mentor-Protégé Program Manager, DOE Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business 10:10 AM Doing Business with the Department of Energy - How Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is Being Utilization (OSDBU) Addressed in Acquisition and Procurement (Ballroom DEFG) • Aaron Deckard, Procurement Director, Office of Contracting, DOE-EM CBC ▶ Ron Pierce, Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) • Miguel Ortiz, Procurement Director, Battelle Savannah River Alliance 10:30 AM - 12:45 PM DOE Environmental Management Matchmaking Session (Room 301ABC) • Diana Osbourne, Small Business Program Manager, UCOR (Pre-registration Required) 10:30 AM Panel 5 - Doing Business in Canada (Ballroom DEFG) Moderator: Mark Ellison, Sales and Strategy Director, Jacobs 3:00 PM Networking Break Speakers: 3:30 PM Panel 8 - SmALL Business Thursday: Prime and Sub-Contracting Opportunities (Western Panel) (Ballroom DEFG) • Grace Snell, Senior Program Manager, Jacobs Moderator: Aaron Deckard, Procurement Director, Office of Contracting, DOE-EM CBC • Greg Broda, President, Fluid Tech Speakers: • Bud Arrowsmith, Consultant, Energy Solutions • Kelly Brazil, Contracting Officer, DOE Richland Operations Office • John (Jack) MacRae, Sr., Director of Business Services, Idaho Environmental Coalition 11:30 AM Panel 6: Hot Topics: Challenges Facing the Industry (Ballroom DEFG) • Leslie Martinez, Director of Acquisitions, Newport News Nuclear BWXT Los Alamos (N3B) Moderator: Lauren Amos, Chief Operating Officer, Pinnacle Specialty Group, Inc. • Robert Leuszler, Senior Manager, Commodities, Supply Chain Management Center (SCMC) Speakers: 4:30 PM BOTC 2022 Closeout (Ballroom DEFG) • Backfilling Vacant Positions: Katrina Porter, Director, Office of Acquisition Management, DOE Savannah River Operations Office ▶ Elizabeth Harm, Executive Director, ETEBA (Ballroom DEFG) • Glovebox Needs: Justin Dexter, Nuclear Sales Engineer, M Braun, Inc., Immediate Past President, American Glovebox Society; Tony Wampler, Senior Business Development Director, Merrick • Construction Needs: Cassandra McGee Stuart, DBA, Manager, Strategy and Performance Contracts To view our speaker bios, visit www.eteba.org/botc or scan this QR code: Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory • Supply Chain Demands: Tess Klatt, Supply Chain Manager, UCOR 12:45 PM Networking Lunch (Cumberland Concourse/Henley Concourse) 1:45 PM Kick Off to SmALL Business Thursday (Ballroom DEFG) Jack Zimmerman, Director, Environmental Management Consolidated Business Center (EMCBC) Introduction: Anne Marie Bird, Program Manager, EMCBC
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TECHNICAL ABSTRACTS Wednesday, October 5, 9:45 AM, Room 301D Addressing Modern Organizational Challenges Using Existing Business Data, IOT, Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence Evan White & Buddy Lee, Mesa Associates, Inc. Mesa proposes to create and deliver a technical presentation that cuts across the potential topics of advanced collaboration, artificial intelligence, and asset monitoring in a manner that contributes to attending organizations’ performance improvements. Tentatively, the presentation will be titled, “Addressing Modern Organizational Challenges Using Existing Business Data, IOT, Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence.”. Attendees can expect to learn how their current data and information collection systems, built on common business software, integrate with the Internet of Things (IOT) and Industrial-IOT (IIOT) to create data lakes. These data lakes can be enriched using cutting edge tools providing visibility that is unified using apps for data analytics, connecting workers, and artificial intelligence. The intent is for this technical talk to transform “buzz words” into useful tools that the conference attendees can immediately use to improve their business operations. Although sometimes hidden by complexity and confusion, all of these technologies actually work together to create an organization- wide web that makes a positive impact on business processes, assets, and personnel. While the “personnel” area is garnering much attention in 2022 due to the need to efficiently and quickly transfer knowledge from one generation of workers to the next, it is the intersection of processes, assets, personnel, and technology that will foster growth in competitive markets and business stability in coming years. Mesa’s intent through this technical presentation is to provide clarity to these high-tech areas and to provide real-world examples of how the conference attendees and their organizations can benefit from their application. Wednesday, October 5, 9:45 AM, Room 301E Embedded Digital Device Considerations In Commercial Grade Dedication John Hendricks, Curtiss-Wright Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are constantly updating their products with digital content to remove cost, improve reliability, address sub-component obsolescence, and increase their competitive advantage. Generally, there is no change in the OEM model number because the OEM considers the item to be identical in terms of form, fit and function, thereby challenging the commercial grade dedication (CGD) process. The industry is used to performing CGD on electromechanically operated devices, many of which have not changed since the 1990s. To address embedded digital devices (EDDs) as the industry moves from like-for- like to equivalent products, most technical evaluations and receiving inspection functions will need to be expanded to include a determination of any modifications to the item, including digital content, so that there is no impact on operability for the end users. Local Focus | National Reach Screening for digital content can be performed using supplier information during the technical evaluation process for new orders, or during the purchasing process for reorders. • Local Full MEP Fabrication and installation in Oak Ridge and the surrounding area • Piping • HVAC • Electrical • UL508 Panels • Skid Fabrication • NQA-1
TECHNICAL ABSTRACTS TECHNICAL ABSTRACTS Wednesday, October 5, 2:45 PM, Room 301D Wednesday, October 5, 2:45 PM, Room 301E Technology Readiness Level (TRL) maturation for the Slurry Mixing and Characterization Tank (SMCT) Water Management Strategy for X-326 Process Building Demolition and Debris Placement at the Portsmouth Gaseous Michael Reed, AVANTech, LLC Diffusion Plant Scott Murphy, Arcadis, & Dr. Jyh-Dong (J.D.) Chiou, Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth, LLC The overall Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) Mission at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant under the CERCLA framework includes demolition of the processing buildings, placing the demolition debris in a new On-Site Waste Disposal Facility (OSWDF), excavating soils associated with historic groundwater plumes and landfills, and using the impacted soil as engineered fill in the OSWDF. Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth (FBP) engaged Arcadis to develop a modular design for collecting and treating wastewater from the initial sources (i.e., X-326 Process Building demolition, X-740 Plume/X-231B Landfill/5-Unit Plume excavation, and OSWDF Cells 1, 4, and 5 operations. Arcadis developed the first Conceptual Site Model (CSM), which was used to identify and quantify the potential contaminants of concern that may be present in wastewater from the identified initial source. Following development of the CSM, water management evaluations were developed for each source area. The water management https://youtu.be/q_fhcWrjujw evaluation was intended to model a range of probable wastewater generation rates considering rainwater, groundwater, and emission control water that could be used to define an optimum flow rate for a treatment system and evaluate methods for storing large volumes of wastewater. AVANTech was selected to provide Technology Readiness Level (TRL) maturation for the Slurry Mixing and Characterization Tank (SMCT) in conjunction with CH2M Hill Constructors Inc (CCI) and through DOE-OREM for the Sludge Process Facility Buildout project. Modular treatment system sizing was optimized based on management of all wastewater at each source area. A back-to-back 25- AVANTech offers radioactive and industrial water treatment solutions with engineering and fabrication facilities in Columbia, SC; year, 24-hour storm event was selected as the design basis to provide a sufficient factor of safety. The water management evaluation Richland, WA; and Knoxville, TN, near Oak Ridge. modelled temporary storage of water in the detention berm surrounding the 30-acre demolition site. Similar water management approaches were used for the excavation sites and the OSWDF. The project demonstrates mixing technology for simulated waste from the Melton Valley Storage Tanks at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, TN. An adequately designed mixer is critical for successful operation of the Slurry Mixing Characterization The resultant design optimizations and approach have led to construction and startup of 3 individual water treatment systems, Tank (SMCT) as part of the Sludge Processing conceptual design. A tall geometric configuration, high solids content, and fast particle housed in two fabric structures, allowing FBP to meet the schedule requirements associated with first waste placement of settling velocity led the SMCT to be labeled a Critical Technology Element – and thus requires further testing to ensure proper mixer construction debris in the OSWDF in 2021. design. Testing entails two phases: 1) laboratory testing with geometrically-scaled vessels/mixers, and 2) full-scale testing. The reduced-scale laboratory testing was completed in 2021. Using rigorous sampling protocols from wall and bottom sample ports, Thursday, October 6, 9:40 AM, Room 301D homogeneity of the vessel was assessed for two challenging simulants. Particle size distribution proved to be the best indicator for “Time to Strive for Contaminated Groundwater Liability Elimination – It Has Been Done!” assessing the mixer’s ability to achieve whole vessel homogeneity and maintain particle suspension during vessel draining. Key Kelly Houston, Scott Potter, & Frank Lenzo, Arcadis lessons learned included low-level mixing techniques for maximum vessel draining, mixer motor sizing, and homogeneity sampling Overall cleanup of large groundwater contaminant plumes in complex geologic settings is perceived as being impossible because of criteria. issues of scale, contaminant accessibility, time to achieve cleanup, and cost. Over the past decade, improvements in characterization Lessons learned were incorporated into the full-scale designs. The full-scale SMCT test area is in the fabrication phase, with testing techniques have helped unmask the roles that back diffusion and slow advection play in aquifer restoration. We are now viewing scheduled to start in CY late 2021 / early 2022. Full-scale testing will take place at AVANTech’s integrated fabrication and testing the outcomes that are possible from optimized groundwater cleanup efforts. When a pumping remedy is typically applied to facility in Columbia, SC. The primary objective is to advance the SMCT towards TRL-6, successful full-scale technology demonstration larger, complex plumes, the focus is usually hydraulic containment rather than a total restoration objective. Recent experience with a non-radioactive simulated waste stream. with operation of groundwater extraction, treatment, and strategic reinjection (i.e., dynamic groundwater recirculation [DGR]) demonstrates that large plume restoration can be accomplished in a cost-effective timely manner. DOE has embarked on an end state initiative to achieve site closure, or end states, for more realistic and reliable cost while delivering significant reductions to environmental risk and financial liability. The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has implemented performance-based remediation contracting for over 20 years with significant liability elimination and reported lifecycle cost reductions to their Installation Restoration Program across 1,000’s of sites. Thus far in DOE’s end state contracting efforts, forward progress towards groundwater liability elimination has seen little strategic focus. Based on over $1B in performance-based contracting experience with the DOD, innovative combined remedies that acknowledge restoration challenges can be designed to overwhelm intrinsic aquifer heterogeneities and sustain treatment over relevant timeframes to successfully achieve cost-effective and complete aquifer restoration. The success at these sites, when balanced by lessons learned, is directly relevant to the portfolio of DOE groundwater liabilities.
TECHNICAL ABSTRACTS Thursday, October 6, 9:40 AM, Room 301E “Approaching PFAS Data – Integrating an Array of Visualizations to the Conceptual Site Model” (Room 301E) Ryan Swanson & Tadd Fox, HydroGeoLogic, Inc. In August 2022, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has developed a strategic road map outlining the Department’s overall approach, goals and objectives and planned actions to manage risks associated with Per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) at DOE sites. PFAS comprise thousands of chemicals with numerous applications. The regulatory environment surrounding PFAS continues to evolve, and the U.S. EPA has established interim and final health advisories for a few select types of PFAS, including PFOA, PFOS, PFBS, and GenX chemicals, with more regulatory action expected. PFAS consist of a unique suite of compounds, determined by the manufacturing process, that can be used to identify them and to delineate their extent in soil and water. Knowing the distribution and “signatures” of types of PFAS can also be helpful in developing Conceptual Site Models (CSMs), delineating nature and extent of PFAS within environmental media, assessing risks, and developing effective mitigation strategies with the end state in mind. Sites impacted by PFAS can have (1) numerous release areas and corresponding sample locations, (2) multiple impacted environmental media (e.g., surface or subsurface soil, sediment, surface water, groundwater), and (3) because of the development of Draft EPA Method 1633, up to 40 types of PFAS identified in each sample. Thus, managing the volume of data can become cumbersome with traditional figures and tables. We provide numerous approaches for visualizing analytical PFAS results in different media to support CSM development. These approaches include (1) developing pie charts to highlight relative concentrations of PFAS, (2) curating visualizations of concentrations with increasing depth, and (3) analyzing PFAS with a 3-D CSM framework. Having an array of tools is essential to support complex CSMs involving PFAS. We discuss how these approaches complement each other and note limitations. Finally, we outline approaches for processing and structuring PFAS data such that visualizations and statistical approaches are completed with ease and can be readily incorporated within the DOE PFAS Strategic Road Map.
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