November 23-- Southern Nuclear Chairman, President and CEO Stephen Kuczynski announced today that Dennis Madison, current site vice president of the Edwin I. Hatch Nuclear Plant near Baxley, has been named fleet operations vice president at the company’s Birmingham, Ala., headquarters.
Madison, who joined Southern Company in 1982, has been a leader in various nuclear engineering roles.He has served as Plant Hatch’s site vice president since 2007.
David Vineyard, current plant manager at Plant Hatch, will assume the role of site vice president. He joined Plant Vogtle near Waynesboro, Ga., in 1985 and served in various supervisory roles and operations leadership positions until 2010, when he was named fleet operations manager at Southern
Nuclear’s corporate office. He moved to Plant Hatch as plant manager in 2012.
Tony Spring has been selected as plant manager of Plant Hatch. He started working at Plant Hatch in 1991 and served in several engineering and operations roles. He was named initial test program director for the construction of Vogtle units 3 and 4 earlier this year.
“The leadership and experience of these individuals in the operation of nuclear facilities will ensure Southern Nuclear’s overall fleet success,” said Kuczynski. “With a proven track record of setting and reinforcing high operational standards, each of them clearly has the ability to lead our fleet and the Hatch team to achieve industry-leading performance.”