PMI Bluegrass Chapter Meeting
Attendees will include EKU Senior-Level IT Project Management students.
We hope you will make an extra effort to attend and help promote our chapter and interact with these students (and future project managers).
Rick Goetz, Deputy Project Manager
Bluegrass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (BGCAPP)
Parsons Corporation – Engineering, Construction, Design, Project Management
Rick Goetz, a Parsons vice president, became the Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass deputy project manager in October 2011. His duties include supporting the Project Manager in leading the joint venture systems contractor team with a focus on design, environmental, and operations aspects of the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant.
Mr. Goetz brings more than 30 years of project and plant management experience to Bechtel Parsons. He previously served as project manager with Parsons for alternate fuels projects with Arizona Public Service and DOE Loan Guarantees. His focus is at the facilities was process startup and optimization. Special assignments included leading teams in acquisition and divestiture support.
Mr. Goetz holds a Master of Science degree in chemical engineering from Marshall University and a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Michigan State University. He is a registered professional engineer and a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Thursday, April 21st (3:30pm – 5:00pm)
Eastern Kentucky University (EKU), Richmond KY
Business Technology Center (BTC) Room 133
(Building with the glass dome; located beside the Center for the Arts)
This is a FREE event
About the PMI® Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter
The PMI Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter is recognized as a dynamic organization for professional project managers dedicated to serving the business, academic and government communities of central Kentucky and the advancement of project management – adding value to our members, our community, and our profession.
We want to be your authoritative source for project management information in Central Kentucky.