Grumski brings a wide breadth and depth of expertise to the board, the company said, with more than 30 years of executive experience spanning information technology, industrial, environmental, energy and government services.
Since 2013, Grumski has been CEO of TAS Energy Inc, a Houston-based technology firm that provides modular engineered computing products to data centers.
Before that, he was president of an energy, environment and infrastructure subsidiary of Science Applications International Corporation (NYSE:SAIC). He helped grow SAIC’s $300 million federal environmental business into a $1.1 billion firm serving both commercial and federal customers over five years.
"We are pleased to welcome JT Grumski to the Board of Directors,” CEO Mark Duffs said in a statement. “He brings more than 30 years of senior operational experience, including significant experience in the environmental industry, as well as a proven record leading rapid growth initiatives across various sectors. We believe having such a highly respected industry leader, with technical expertise and broad industry relationships, will support our growth strategy and business development initiatives over the next several years.”
Grumski’s career began at Gulf Oil Company in 1980, and from there, he took positions in senior-level engineering, operations management, and program management at Westinghouse Electric and Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE:LMT).
Based in Atlanta, Perma-Fix is a nuclear waste services company that provides hazardous, mixed and industrial waste management services, as well as engineering consulting services to industrial and commercial sectors.
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