The new project manager for the Bechtel Pueblo Team is using his experience as deputy project manager and operations and systemization integration manager to direct operations at the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant.
“I am excited to step up to the PM role,” said Bret Griebenow, PCAPP. “Long term, we will continue to focus on our three key results and, near term, we will work to improve the plant equipment and processes to support smooth, sustainable operations.”
Key results, the driving force of the PCAPP culture, are ‘one team, one mission,’ ‘nobody gets hurt,’ and ‘together we will work towards the earliest end date for operations.’
“The great thing about the transition to Bret is that relationships have already been built, so it was a seamless handoff,” said Greg Mohrman, site project manager, PCAPP.
Before joining PCAPP, Griebenow served as the executive assistant to the president of Bechtel’s Nuclear, Security and Environment Global Business Unit in Frederick, Maryland. He was responsible for the daily operation of the office of the NS&E president and had enterprise-wide involvement in all elements of business unit operations.
Griebenow, who transitioned to PM on Nov. 1, is a certified project management professional and a Six Sigma Black Belt. He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s degree in systems engineering from the University of Idaho.