Civil Engineer Trey Grundy Joins Certrec’s Office of Licensing and Compliance

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Certrec, a leading regulatory compliance provider for NERC and FERC compliance, announced today that Trey Gundry has joined its Office of Licensing and Compliance as a Project Manager.

“Trey is known for his demonstrated track record of successful cross-discipline collaboration and managing multiple complex projects simultaneously. We are happy to add his talents to the Certrec team,” said Michelle Thomas.

Certrec, a leading regulatory compliance provider for NERC and FERC compliance, announced today that Trey Gundry has joined its Office of Licensing and Compliance as a Project Manager.

“Trey is known for his demonstrated track record of successful cross-discipline collaboration and managing multiple complex projects simultaneously. We are happy to add his talents to the Certrec team,” said Michelle Thomas, Director of Operations.

Mr. Grundy’s years of civil engineering experience have included the areas of structural modification work for nuclear power plants, comparative analysis, interdisciplinary plant walkdowns, and 50.59 applicability determination and screening. In his new role, Mr. Grundy will analyze current regulatory documents, issues, and events to develop industry trends and publish daily notifications about industry issues important to Certrec’s nuclear clients.

“With our workload increasing,” Morgan Schadegg, Project Manager at Certrec, stated, “it was important to bring someone on board that can adapt and learn quickly. Trey has already shown how well he does both, and his tenacity will be a great asset to our team.”

Founded in 1988, Certrec is an engineering and technology-based regulatory support services organization that has developed exceptional capabilities to support the electric power industry’s regulatory activities emanating from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the North American Electric Reliability Corporation and Regional Entities (NERC), and others.

Certrec’s industry professionals have direct working experience in all regulatory areas of licensing, compliance, and engineering. This expertise, combined with Certrec’s Information Technology assets, gives the electric power industry technology-based solutions and tools designed specifically to help them manage regulatory issues.

Nuclear, fossil, and renewable generation and transmission utilities and entities across the United States rely on Certrec’s highly skilled team to help direct the regulatory process to their advantage.

Certrec’s quality services and information security management system are ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certified. Also, Certrec successfully has completed annual Type 2 SOC 2 examinations of its Document Management and Regulatory Services. Certrec’s performance of these annual examinations and audits assures clients of its commitment to maintaining or exceeding current levels of service.

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