Mark Gerboth has more than 29 years of proven experience leading multi-discipline, geographically-diverse organizations involved in a wide range of engineering and technology projects for federal and state governments and commercial clients. Currently, Gerboth is responsible for managing the project/task related scopes for AEM. This includes a project to evaluate single shell tank (SST) and DST retrieval and treatment scenarios that are alternatives to the current Hanford baseline.
In the past, Gerboth was responsible for the activities of approximately 130 engineering supervisors and staff in multiple locations throughout the U.S., Canada and the U.K. as chief engineer for Energy Solutions. He has also served as a senior advisor to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Project Director for the Hanford Waste Treatment Plant Project. In this role, he was responsible for cost and schedule baseline monitoring and management; technical evaluation of contractor change order proposals, cost and schedule risk management, including independent evaluations of contractor’s estimate at completion (EAC) using a Monte Carlo-type cost model and evaluating DOE and contractor performance on a periodic basis using industry-standard tools