Mr. Pasquini has 38 years of project management experience on projects as small as 10’s of thousands of dollars to $10 Billion. Mr. Pasquini retired in 2003 as Corporate Executive Vice President and part owner of an engineering consulting firm headquartered in Albuquerque, NM with offices world wide. His former firm, Los Alamos Technical Associates, Inc. undertakes contract project management primarily for the US Department of Defense and the Department of Energy. In his active project management career, Mr. Pasquini contributed to over $7 Billion of contract awards, and managed as the on-site project manager over $2.5 Billion of corporate contracts.
Mr. Pasquini received his graduate degree in Nuclear Engineering from Penn State University. In 1996, he was honored by the university as their Outstanding Engineering Alumnus for a career of leadership in project management. Only 164 men and woman out of 72,000 alumni world wide have received this honor in the 30 years since its inception.
His most recent on-site project management assignments included the management of several projects for the $10 Billion environmental clean up and closure of the Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site (RFET Site), in Boulder, CO from 1995-2001. The RFET project was recognized by the Project Management Institute (PMI) as the number 1 project in the world in 2006, and set an international standard for project management. From 2001-2003 Mr. Pasquini managed the $1.6 Billion Site Support Services contract at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, in Los Alamos, NM where he was the Deputy General Manager and Director of Site Operations.
His post graduate career started in 1966 as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Nuclear Navy where he served aboard the nuclear submarine, the USS George Washington, SSBN 598. He retired from the U.S. Nuclear Navy at the grade of Commander.