Meet Scott!

Scott W. Gray

Executive Vice President of Projects & Field Services

BWXT Canada Ltd.


Scott Gray is the Executive Vice President of Projects & Field Services for BWXT Canada Ltd. Bringing over 42 years of nuclear leadership experience to his role, Mr. Gray currently oversees all of BWXT’s commercial nuclear projects (refurbishment, maintenance/modifications) and field services programs and business.

Since joining BWXT and prior to assuming responsibility for the Projects & Field Services business in 2022, Scott managed BWXT’s efforts to commercialize Technetium-99m generators, a product used by the healthcare industry to conduct nuclear medicine diagnostic procedures and led all large field projects for BWXT Canada Ltd., including the development of innovative strategies and high performing teams to plan, propose, win and successfully execute large and complex field projects commercial nuclear power plants. 

Prior to joining BWXT, Scott held the position of vice president, U.S. AP1000® New Build Projects, where he was responsible for the strategic planning associated with integration of the U.S. AP1000 plant projects, maximizing
the standardization of plant execution and delivery Mr. Gray was also the vice
president, of the Vogtle Project, where he led all aspects of the company’s
delivery of the Vogtle Units 3 and 4 AP1000 plants, which included leading
the Westinghouse and Chicago Bridge and Iron (CB&I) consortium.

Prior to joining Westinghouse in 2013 from The Shaw Group (now CB&I), Mr.
Gray served five years as site construction manager for the AP1000 new plant
project at Sanmen, China – the first AP1000 plant in the world. He previously held leadership roles with Bechtel Communications and Mycom International in the United States, Europe and Asia, including the position of president at Mycom North America.

Prior to that service, Mr. Gray worked in multiple corporate and project-based
management roles at Stone & Webster Engineering Corp. In more than 20
years with the company, he managed projects related to the full life cycle of
nuclear power plants, including construction, refueling outages, modifications,
restart and decommissioning.

He began his career in 1978 as an operations supervisor for General
Dynamics Corp., supporting the production of nuclear-powered submarines
for the U.S. Navy. Mr. Gray received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of New Hampshire and has completed graduate coursework in safety
organization and management at the University of New Haven in Connecticut.
He is also a certified Six Sigma champion. He has received several awards, such as the China National Friendship Award, business development awards for strategic contracts and an award for his support of the recovery efforts at ground zero following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He is a past chairman of the ASTM Committee D33 on Protective
Coatings for Power Generation Facilities and has held a Professional Engineer
(PE) license in Louisiana and Florida.

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