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Paul Giannotti

Senior Electrical Engineer

Education

  • Rochester Institute of Technology, B.S. Electrical Engineering

Experience

  • Senior Project Engineer BNL Physics Dept., 1997 - present
    Electrical/emergency shutdown system design, construction and maintenance for the PHENIX detector at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC).
    Worked with the Facility & Operations Division and contractors for compliance with NFPA-70E Arc Flash Program during initial BNL building inspections to develop one-line drawings from scratch when original documents did not exist.
    Part time electrical engineer /subject matter expert for Environmental Restoration Projects (HFBR/BGRR de-commissioning & Stack Demolition) from 2006 to present.
  • Project Engineer - BNL Reactor Division, 1990 - 1997
    Responsible for the design and implementation of reactor plant modification projects for the High Flux Beam Reactor (HFBR) and Medical Research Reactor (BMRR).
    HFBR lead engineer on a two year project to overhaul and retrofit the 2400 and 480 volt switchgear breakers with a remote Power Monitoring and Control System.
  • Long Island Lighting Company, Shoreham Nuclear Power Station (SNPS), 1986-1989
    As a Plant Modification Engineer, implemented post TMI modification projects to prepare for fuel loading and eventual licensing of the facility.
    As a relay/protection division supervisor, (re-located to Hicksville office for 15 months) directed technicians in the calibration of substation protective relays & devices.
  • Stone & Webster Engineering Corp., Boston, MA 1981-1985
    As Plant Startup & Test Engineer, accepted field assignments at various nuclear and fossil fueled power stations. Performed pre-op testing on condensate filter demineralizers, solid radwaste equipment and emergency backup generator controls.
  • General Dynamics Electric Boat Division, Groton, CT 1979-1981
    Provided construction engineering support to shipyard trades and technicians during installation of General Electric S8G & S6G PWRs in Trident and Los Angeles Class Submarines. Worked on SSBNs 726 (Ohio), 727 (Michigan), SSNs 699 (Jacksonville), 700 (Dallas).