A nine-year veteran of the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant has been named principal deputy.
“Ryan Williams has a long history and a wealth of experience on the project,” said Walton Levi, site project manager, PCAPP. “As my principal deputy, he is responsible for overseeing and administering key aspects of this project.”
Prior to becoming principal deputy, Williams was the PCAPP Field Office director of operations since 2016, serving as the oversight lead for several critical plant systems and equipment. Additionally, he mentored and supervised the Field Office government shift representatives and supporting contractor shift representatives. He came to PCAPP in December 2013 as an engineer tasked with helping oversee construction, systemization, start-up and operations.
In his new role, Williams manages the project’s government and support contractor Field Office staff overseeing the systems contractor and the chemical weapons destruction mission.
“I appreciate this opportunity to serve PCAPP as the principal deputy,” Williams said. “I have been fortunate to be involved with many aspects of this project and it’s a privilege to get to work in this new capacity.”