Senior Vice President
Engineering, Equipment and Major Projects
Westinghouse Electric Company
As senior vice president of Westinghouse Engineering, Equipment and Major Projects (EE&MP), Nick Liparulo leads a global organization of nearly 3,200 employees at 20 major locations and a presence at sites in the United States, Europe and Asia. EE&MP’s goal is to safely and predictably provide high-quality products and services that improve reliability, capacity and efficiency of new and operating reactors during their plant life, as well as apply global experience and advanced technology to provide decommissioning and dismantling services after long, safe nuclear plant life.
Mr. Liparulo joined Westinghouse as an engineer in 1972, and advanced through positions of increasing responsibility while working in all of the company’s business areas. In 1999 he was appointed vice president of Fuel Engineering; in 2001 he was named vice president, U.S./Asia Fuel; in 2008 he was appointed senior vice president of Nuclear Services; and in July 2013 he was named senior vice president, Engineering, Equipment and Major Projects.
Over the course of his Westinghouse career, Mr. Liparulo has managed diverse worldwide activities, including component design, safety analysis, the Westinghouse Owners Group, risk assessment, quality assurance, site modifications and maintenance, installation and control (I&C) design and delivery, fuel design and manufacturing, and licensing. He has served as the chairman of the Westinghouse Safety Review Committee and managed U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), EPRI, and Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) interfaces for Westinghouse.
Mr. Liparulo has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in chemical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. He has authored approximately 30 external publications and has three patent disclosures. He is a registered Professional Chemical Engineer, has served on the board of Columbia College (South Carolina), is on the board of directors of the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, serves on the visitor’s board at the University of Pittsburgh and chairs the visiting committee for the university’s Chemical Engineering Department.
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