Case study - Steve Walters, Magnox Ltd
Project professional of the year: 2014
Steve Walters has played a leading role in the revolution of Magnox to overcome an entrenched 40-year operator mindset to become that project management focused organisation. Without compromise to safety and environmental responsibility he has established a new benchmark for getting results across the global nuclear industry which has in turn delivered taxpayer savings in excess of £17.5 million in only four years.
As Director of Decommissioning, Steve’s focus was the identification and development of opportunities for significant baseline improvements across Magnox.
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