Omega Welcomes Scott Underwood as COO
Scott Underwood has accepted the role of Chief Operations Officer (COO) for Omega Technical Services, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) established in 1995. The COO role will have day-to-day responsibility for all company operations reporting to the Omega President, Tim Trapuzzano.
Omega specializes in providing technical support for organizations dealing with nuclear hazards and operations of nuclear facilities through the complete life cycle, from conception to decontamination, decommissioning and return to green field. Omega currently has support action across the Department of Energy (DOE) National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and for the DOE Environmental Management (EM) sites.
As the COO, Scott’s goal is to continue to enhance the capability base that exists today in support of our valued customer base and to expand new areas of business for the company while providing leadership to the employees for continued optimization of Omega processes to ensure a firm foundation for growth now and in the future.
Scott brings to his position a well-established background in infrastructure management, nuclear operations and production. His experience base includes multiple engineering assignments to include, manufacturing, project, criticality safety and safety basis. Scott has worked as a restart manager and in the capacity of commissioning and test engineering. The last assignment included responsibility for work management and integrated safety management systems, waste operations, facility management of legacy nuclear facilities in support of decommissioning, and utility operations. Scott has served in a multitude of leadership positions across many disciplines and most recently lead an organization of over 1000 professional and craft. Scott has a bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from Tennessee Technological University and holds a masters degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Tennessee.
Scott and his wife, Mary Lou, reside in Kingston, Tennessee and enjoy boating and lake activities with their three children, their spouses and five grandchildren.
We are thankful to have him onboard. Welcome, Scott!