Three Y‑12 employees were honored recently with National Nuclear Security Administration Excellence Awards from James McConnell, associate administrator for Safety, Infrastructure and Operations.
During his visit to Y‑12 on June 7, McConnell presented Excellence Awards to Dwain Coppenger, Melanie Dillon and Jane Nations for their work on the NNSA BUILDER implementation initiative. Nations was given an Excellence Award for her work on the CRISP Deferred Maintenance Team.
BUILDER is NNSA’s new infrastructure management software tool. The CRISP Deferred Maintenance Team provided valuable guidance on how NNSA could improve what is reported as deferred maintenance for more than 6,000 assets across eight sites.
Melanie Dillon accepts the NNSA Excellence Award from James McConnell.
Dwain Coppenger (right) accepts the NNSA Excellence Award from James McConnell.