Introducing: The I-Team.

The I-Team is a uniquely talented team of people with scientific knowledge, recognized expertise, and real-world experience committed to delivering innovative turn-key solutions and specialized services on an “as needed” basis.

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Specialty Manufacturing
under NQA-1

InSolves delivers effective solutions to challenging analytical, process, and safety instrumentation and equipment problems under NQA-1.

We can build to customer specifications, or develop specialized solutions through a process of commercial-grade dedication for nuclear use.

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* Gallery does not include various instruments and process equipment related to uranium enrichment cascade feed, withdraw, centrifuge controls, and UF6 process analyzers due to export control and other classification restrictions.

HSPD-12 Access Control

Coupled with of our manufacturing capabilities, as an Identiv® Platinum Channel Partner, InSolves can design, install, and support custom solutions for the most demanding security requirements.

This capability includes Vault Type Rooms (VTR) for classified use, and mobile automated access portals for cost-effective perimeter security and personnel accountability.

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Technical Staffing
and Security Escorts

Our services provide a cost effective method to retain critical expertise and prepare the next generation of trained workers for an industry important to our national interests.

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  • Nuclear, Nuclear Safety Engineers

  • Draftsmen/Designers

  • Authorized Derivative Classifiers

  • Technical Trainers

  • Civil, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical Engineers

  • Instrumentation Engineers

  • Process Control, PLC, Project Engineers

  • Information Technology Specialists

  • Records Management & Documentation Control Specialists

  • Contract/Procurement Specialists

  • QA/QC Auditors

  • Project Controls

  • Project Managers

InSolves Associates

InSolves Associates is a cadre of recognized industry professionals with expertise related to the nuclear fuel cycle.

They are focused on solving difficult problems related to safe and efficient operation, maintenance and de-commissioning of nuclear facilities, effective measurement of uranium material, protection and non-proliferation of nuclear technology and material, and nuclear safeguards by design.

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Jim Morgan, Senior Associate, is a Control Systems Engineer with 32 years experience in plant management, program management, and enrichment technology preparing engineering designs, project management plans, strategic plans and project support documentation for safeguards and security, as well as non-proliferation projects. He has extensive leadership experience in developing strategic plans for centrifuge enrichment designs, licensing support and deployment planning.
Brent McGinnis, Senior Associate, is Program Manager for domestic and international safeguards projects. He coordinates the development of safeguards and security methodologies and training programs for the U. S. Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration’s International Nuclear Safeguards and International Nuclear Security Programs. This includes providing technical support to projects with the International Atomic Energy Agency and other Agencies and Institutions in the European Union, China, Russia, Brazil, Argentina, several countries in Africa, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea.
Ralph Wilcoxon, Senior Associate, has over 40 years of experience in engineering, technical and business management positions, with over 18 years of project management experience managing task activities of multi-employer/multi-functional teams for improvement, upgrade and expansion of uranium enrichment processes. He also has experience in developing the design criteria, system requirements documents and detailed design for the assembly and select repair operations for gas centrifuge machines.
J. Scott Little, Ph.D., Associate, is a theoretical physicist with extensive mathematical and scientific modeling experience in a variety of settings including uranium enrichment and nuclear D&D. Scott has been instrumental as one of the technical leads in the deployment of several nondestructive assay NDA platforms under the Quality Systems for NDA (QSNDA) program. His mathematical modeling background includes but is not limited to: complex cascade operations modeling, analysis for uranium enrichment plants, and Monte Carlo N-Particle Transport Code (MCNP). He has also conducted research and development on advanced enrichment technology, various aspects of physics, and has regulatory oversight experience.
Dr. Franklin DuBose, Associate, is a subject matter expert for Nuclear Material Control and Accountability, Nondestructive Assay, Safeguards, Security, and Classified Matter Protection and Control.  Specific focus areas include nondestructive and destructive analyses, quality assurance/control programs, and technical integration. He is Project Manager for InSolves iQS gamma ray scintillation system for detection and quantification of holdup material in enrichment process equipment and piping.
Dr. Graham Walford, Associate, specializes in applied physics, radiation and detection physics, safeguards and security, non-invasive and remote sensing techniques, nuclear and industrial processes, process measurement and control, project development, program development-management, and engineering solutions. He is a technical expert supporting  InSolves iQS gamma ray scintillation system for detection and quantification of holdup material in enrichment process equipment and piping.
Bob Warren, Associate, is a Chemical Engineer with 32 years experience in the uranium enrichment industry. He is a subject matter expert in operations analysis with an in-depth knowledge of both gaseous diffusion and gas centrifuge enrichment processes.
Gary Workman, Associate, has 33 years of experience in senior management, program management, and project management in the Uranium Enrichment business. He has extensive leadership experience in strategic planning, regulatory and government relations along with management experience in the areas of security, IT, emergency management, NDA Operations, laboratory operations, industrial safety, environmental compliance, waste management, industrial hygiene, health physics, UF6 operations, engineering project management, and DOE/NRC regulatory affairs.
Greg Peacock, Associate, is a Nuclear Engineer with experience performing Monte Carlo N-Particle Transport Code (MCNP) modeling , holdup detection and measurement algorithm development, including InSolves iQS advanced algorithms.

Want to join the I-Team?

For more than 20 years, InSolves has been a technical service provider to the nuclear fuel cycle industry and US Department of Energy project sites.

InSolves is a great place to begin your career, advance your career through challenging new assignments, or extend your working years through temporary assignments or part-time service. InSolves offers a wide range of positions through a variety of contracts at multiple locations.

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