Omega Welcomes Daniel Beauchamp as a LANL Operations Coordinator
Mr. Daniel “Dan” Beauchamp was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska into an Air Force family. Much of his childhood was spent at Offutt Air Force Base, Strategic Air Command Headquarters & Command Center. His family’s assignments also took him to Morocco, other parts of Africa, Fuchu AS in Japan, and much of the United States.
Beauchamp joined the U.S. Army in 1974. He served in the Signal Corp. in Karlsruhe, Germany. There, he met the love of his life, Kay Goldman. After his service, Beauchamp settled in South Carolina where he soon began his 41.5-year career in H-Canyon at Savannah River Site.
He served as an Operator, Building/Cranes Supervisor, Control Room Supervisor, and Operations Maintenance Coordinator. He was the only Work Window Coordinator in 1992 when Dave Olson and Scott Federman stood up the first DOE WMC in H-Canyon. Beauchamp then served as SPOC and Shift Operations Manager, and became known as an H-Canyon SME with specific duties for planning and executing a minimum of 2 steam outages each year. He also managed multiple other outage windows for GS and SC DG’s, major electrical outages, and facility project implementations that required the extended shutdown of the H-Canyon Process Operations.
“I am proud and excited about the opportunity to become a member of the Omega Technical Services team and look forward to working with so many talented people for many years to come,” said Beauchamp.
We are pleased to welcome him to the Omega team as an Operations Coordinator at Los Alamos National Laboratory.