American Society of Mechanical Engineers code expert joins Certrec

Certrec, a licensing and regulatory service provider that supports Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) compliance, announced today that Al Meichler, a noted American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) code expert, has become a project manager for the Office of Licensing and Compliance.

"We are excited to have Al join the Certrec team," Certrec President Ted Enos said. "Al is known throughout the nuclear community for his broad industry knowledge and his expertise in ASME code issues."

Meichler recently retired from Southern California Edison, where he was responsible for compliance with the ASME Section XI, ASME IX, Inservice Inspection Program and the plant’s welding program. He also is a member of the ASME Code Committee and has participated on the California Advisory Board for Boiler and Pressure Vessel Rules.

“He joins us at a critical time in the nuclear industry,” Enos said. “Many licensees are being challenged with the loss of corporate knowledge with the retirement of senior personnel, which can affect a plant’s ability to address complex ASME code questions in a timely manner. As an active participant in ASME code meetings, and his service performing committee assignments, such as a task group leader, Al is up to speed on the critical ASME code issues.”
Certrec, a licensing and regulatory service provider that supports Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) compliance, announced today that Al Meichler, a noted American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) code expert, has become a project manager for the Office of Licensing and Compliance.

"We are excited to have Al join the Certrec team," Certrec President Ted Enos said. "Al is known throughout the nuclear community for his broad industry knowledge and his expertise in ASME code issues."

Meichler recently retired from Southern California Edison, where he was responsible for compliance with the ASME Section XI, ASME IX, Inservice Inspection Program and the plant’s welding program. He also is a member of the ASME Code Committee and has participated on the California Advisory Board for Boiler and Pressure Vessel Rules.

“He joins us at a critical time in the nuclear industry,” Enos said. “Many licensees are being challenged with the loss of corporate knowledge with the retirement of senior personnel, which can affect a plant’s ability to address complex ASME code questions in a timely manner. As an active participant in ASME code meetings, and his service performing committee assignments, such as a task group leader, Al is up to speed on the critical ASME code issues.”

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