Source: Oak Ridge Today | Staff | July 31, 2016

GemTech Nuclear Security Solutions has been awarded the professional and technical services contract with Consolidated Nuclear Security LLC, or CNS, at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge and the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, Texas, a press release said.

GemTech Nuclear Security Solutions, or GemTech NSS, is a joint venture formed by four Oak Ridge-based small businesses: GEM Technologies Inc., CS Engineering, Strata-G LLC, and Spectra Tech Inc., and supported by team subcontractors Navarro Research and Engineering, ABS Consulting, Tetra Tech, Enercon, and Paschal Solutions.

“We are thrilled with the announcement,” said Michael Evans, president and chief executive officer of GEM Technologies Inc., managing partner of GemTech NSS. “GEM has been supporting Y-12 for more than 20 years and Pantex for the past two years. We are committed to providing reliable, safe, secure, quality, cost-effective solutions, and we look forward to partnering with CNS for the next five years to support their mission requirements.”

GemTech NSS Contract Manager Lisa Stinton said: “We are excited to continue our working relationship with CNS and will strive to provide the best possible resources and processes to meet their needs. We appreciate the hard work of our employees as they continue to support the missions at Y-12 and Pantex.”

GemTech NSS will provide a broad range of technical and professional services to Y-12 and Pantex, including engineers, nuclear and criticality safety engineers, fire protection engineers, scientists, safeguards and security specialists, project managers, professional occupations, industrial hygiene technicians, and radiological control technicians, the press release said.