Frazer Lockhart will speak on N3B’s cleanup work at TA-21 on DP Road across from the airport July 22. Courtesy/VOLA
Te next Voices of Los Alamos meeting is 6:30-7:30 p.m. July 22, at the Unitarian Church, 1738 North Sage Loop.
The featured speaker is Frazer Lockhart, program manager for Regulatory & Stakeholder Interface at Newport News Nuclear BWXT – Los Alamos (N3B).
Frazier will speak on N3B’s cleanup work at TA-21 on DP Road across from the airport. He’ll address N3B’s accomplishments to date, as well as upcoming work. Lockhart will share N3B’s outreach activities, including engaging the public in cleanup decisions, the Apprentice and other workforce programs, and community contributions program.
N3B was established in 2018 to manage Los Alamos Legacy Cleanup Contract for the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management’s Los Alamos Field Office. As program manager for Regulatory & Stakeholder Interface, Lockhart provides proactive interface and coordination with regulatory, tribal, and stakeholder organizations to support the Los Alamos legacy cleanup mission.
Before joining N3B, Lockhart was assistant vice president for Environmental Programs for Huntington Ingalls Industries Technical Services Division, the majority owner of N3B. Prior to that, he spent nearly 30 years with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), with the bulk of his time spent at the Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site, a former nuclear weapons production facility.
Lockhart held multiple assignments at Rocky Flats in building operations, facility oversight, weapons production, environmental remediation, project management and strategic planning.
Lockhart earned a bachelor’s degree in mining engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and a master’s degree in engineering management from the University of Missouri-Rolla. Lockhart is a certified Project Management Professional, and a retired Colonel who served in the U.S. Army and U.S. Army Reserve.
About Voices of Los Alamos
Voices of Los Alamos is a non-partisan, progressive advocacy group created as a way for residents to voice their concerns over the current political events (both at the state and at the federal levels). VOLA strives to build community, educate, discuss, and enact action plans. Meetings are open to everyone.