Gerry McGill

Gerry is Senior Vice President of AECOM. He is a respected senior executive in the Energy and Nuclear sectors of the market and leads the International D&D market sector for AECOM.


He is the Chairman of UK Nuclear Waste Management Ltd, Parent Body Organisation for LLW Repository Ltd. In addition he is a Board Director of Babcock Dounreay Partnership, Parent Body Organisation for DSRL Ltd (Dounreay) and Board Director for URS E&C UK Ltd.


Gerry has a long history in Cumbria and served as a Board Director of GenII Apprentice Training Company for four years as well as Non-Executive Director of Britain’s Energy Coast and Director of NMP Limited.

Dennis Thompson

Dennis has over 25 years’ experience in the nuclear industry with a predominant focus on nuclear operations and low level waste management.   He started his career as a start-up (commissioning) engineer with DuPont at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina, USA. He became part of a start-up team responsible for commissioning the Saltstone facility, a facility designed to treat, immobilise, and dispose of large volumes of liquid low level radioactive waste. Once commissioned, he moved into operations and eventually became the Facility Manager.   In addition to operations management, Dennis has moved into a variety of key management positions covering a range of disciplines including training, procedures, quality assurance, and project management.


Dennis moved to the UK to take up the Business Manager role at the LLWR, responsible for finance, project controls, IT, and human resources.  He was asked to extend his UK assignment by assuming the Managing Director role which is the role he currently holds.


Dennis earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of South Carolina and later earned a Masters in Business Administration from the same university.

Remy Grenier

Remy is the Manager of International Operations (IO) activities for Areva in the UK and he is a member of the IO Direction Committee.


With over 38 years’ experience, he is highly-proficient in creating and managing organizations that accomplish their assigned mission.


He has been responsible for construction and start-up procurement at a French MOX fuel fabrication facility, initiating a procurement department at a chemical plant construction company, managed procurement at a uranium enrichment plant, and brought a metal-working company back to profitability.

Stefan Bergstrom

Stefan is the President of Studsvik’s Business Area Consultancy Services with offices in 7 countries and is a member of the Studsvik Executive Management Group.  Consultancy Services is a global, high-end nuclear and environmental supplier focused on technologies and services to optimise the customer’s radiological programmes. He is a board member of the Kobelco Studsvik joint venture in Japan.


Stefan previously held several senior management positions at the Swedish Trade and Invest Council including the role as Swedish Trade Commissioner to the U.S.  He has held numerous management positions at the nuclear arm of ABB. In addition, he is a dual citizen of Sweden and the U.S. and have spent more than 20 years of his career in the U.S.