Ty Troutman
General Manager, Nuclear Power

Ty Troutman

Ty Troutman is general manager of Bechtel’s Nuclear Power business in the Nuclear, Security & Environmental global business unit. He oversees a portfolio of commercial nuclear power projects throughout the U.S. and internationally.

A 31-year Bechtel veteran, Ty has extensive experience in construction, operations, and management, serving as a leader on many critical projects. Most recently, he was the manager of functions for the Nuclear, Security & Environmental business. Prior to that role, he served as the manager of construction for the entire business unit providing functional management oversight for projects worldwide. Ty has held vital positions for projects including the Waste Treatment and Immobilization plant in Hanford, Washington and Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico.

Previous to Nuclear, Security & Environmental, Ty worked in Bechtel Power and for Bechtel Construction on several nuclear projects including the Connecticut Yankee Power Station, Dresden Power Station and Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station, holding various positions in design, subcontracts, field engineering, and management.

Ty was elected a principal vice president in 2013.

About Bechtel

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