Vincent Adams

Vincent V. Adams

Site Director, Portsmouth Site Office at U.S. Department of Energy

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Location:
1000 Independence Ave SW, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States
HQ Phone:
(202) 586-5000

General Information

Education

BS degree  - Civil and Public Health Engineering , Ohio University

BS degree  - Civil and Public Health Engineering , University of Guyana Dr Adams

Bachelor's degree  - Civil & Public Health Engineering , UG

MS degrees  - Groundwater Hydrology and Geological & Petroleum Engineering , U.S.

Masters' Degrees  - Groundwater Hydrology and Geological Petroleum Engineering , Ohio University

Masters' Degrees  - Groundwater Hydrology and Geological Petroleum Engineering , University of Missouri

PhD  - Environmental Engineering , U.S.

PhD  - Environmental Engineering , University of Tennessee

Affiliations

Position, Leadership Roles On Various National and International Technical Committees  - Southern Section

Recent News  

"We are excited to continue these special tours for the public to get a close-up view of the former uranium enrichment facilities while they are being addressed under the Decontamination & Decommissioning (D&D) Project," said Dr. Vincent Adams, Site Director for the U.S. Department of Energy.
"The plant in Piketon, Ohio was one of only three gaseous diffusion plants built in the United States in the early 1950s to serve our country's defense and energy needs. It operated for nearly five decades and thousands of workers have passed through the security gates over the years." Adams added, "The tours provide a unique opportunity to better understand the history of the plant, its current activities and future missions."

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"We are excited to continue these special tours for the public to get a close-up view of the former uranium enrichment facilities while they are being addressed under the Decontamination & Decommissioning (D&D) Project," said Dr. Vincent Adams, Site Director for the U.S. Department of Energy.
"The plant in Piketon, Ohio was one of only three gaseous diffusion plants built in the United States in the early 1950s to serve our country's defense and energy needs. It operated for nearly five decades and thousands of workers have passed through the security gates over the years." Adams added, "The tours provide a unique opportunity to better understand the history of the plant, its current activities and future missions."

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