Source: UniTech Services | Release | November 15, 2019

UniTech Services Group announces the hiring of Kevin Bumpus as Business Development Manager for government accounts. The talent acquisition signals the company’s expanding commitment to serving U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories, designated Department of Energy (DOE) facilities and projects, as well as U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) groups.

Bumpus brings 36 years of nuclear industry experience to UniTech’s staff, having served in facility management, operations management, maintenance management, work control management, project management, and procurement roles, working on and supporting key Department of Energy initiatives. He most recently served as a facility manager for Omega Technical Services. In his new role, Bumpus will continue to develop industry relationships and collaborate with UniTech’s team of regional sales representatives.

“Kevin [Bumpus] has invaluable experience working with both the DOE and DOD,” said UniTech
Services Group Director of Sales & Marketing Gregg Johnstone. “His knowledge, combined with
the trust and credibility he has built, will undoubtedly help the UniTech team maximize its value
to the government sector. We’re proud to be investing in Kevin, and in improving our service to
this segment of the U.S. nuclear industry.”

UniTech serves all U.S. National Laboratories, explained Johnstone. Government entities frequently turn to UniTech’s expertise as the nation’s first and most trusted provider of
radiological laundry. Additionally, these customers often contract UniTech for other protective
clothing, respirator, safety equipment inventory, and decontamination services.

In 2016, UniTech added waste management and bulk survey for release (BSFR) capabilities
with the opening of its Oak Ridge, TN service center. UniTech operates within Basic Ordering
Agreement DE-EM0003715 for DOE Low-Level and Mixed Low-Level Waste Treatment

As the government sector becomes more involved in nuclear reactor decommissioning projects,
UniTech is also prepared to support with its comprehensive protective clothing, respirator and
safety equipment inventory programs.

An active contributor to the energy innovation fostered in the Tennessee Valley, UniTech is a
member of the East Tennessee Economic Council, the Energy Technology & Environmental
Business Association and the Tennessee Valley Corridor.

In all, UniTech operates nine facilities in the U.S., serving commercial power reactors in the U.S.
and Canada, DOE nuclear facilities, as well as a number of fuel fabrication plants and private

The company also has operations in France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United


A subsidiary of UniFirst Corporation, UniTech Services Group, Inc. is the world’s largest supplier
of nuclear protective clothing and accessories.

UniTech became the first licensed provider of radiological laundry services in the United States
in 1957. Since, the company has expanded to have global impact in the following services:
radiological laundering of protective clothing, decontamination and testing of respirators and the
decontamination of tools & equipment.

UniTech is a key partner to the nuclear industries in the United States, Canada, France,
Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, helping to minimize radioactive waste.
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