The HLMI Organization and Key Personnel
The 222-S Laboratory contract incorporates staff and scope from two incumbent contractors. HLMI’s approach unites and integrates scope and staff into one single entity with one purpose: to support the Hanford Mission by ensuring timely and quality services provided to the Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant (WTP), Tank Farms, and other Hanford contractors (OHCs). HLMI will rely on staff from both incumbent contractors, valuing their historic knowledge and contributions, regardless of current employer, to collaborate with all parties, including organizations such as OHCs and union labor forces, to successfully meet the DOE Hanford Site Mission.
The organizational structure is designed with the goal of ensuring safe, compliant, effective, and efficient operations that will result in laboratory services that are responsive, flexible, timely, and meet or exceed all requirements.
HLMI Key Personnel will implement our approach that reduces risk while increasing capacity, capability, and reliability requirements to achieve enhanced operations, in a cost-effective manner, while maintaining safety and compliance. Our Key Personnel bring:
Since HLMI is an unpopulated LLC, all employees will be employed by either Navarro or ATL. Regardless, HLMI will operate as a seamless, integrated team, during transition and contract performance, regardless of individual contributor’s employer. Products, deliverables and responses will be provided by the assigned responsible employee on behalf of HLMI without regard to company affiliation.