Adam Moldovan has over 13 years of progressively responsible experience on the Department of Energy Hanford Site focused on fire department leadership and fire protection program management, fire protection requirements interpretation and implementation, performance assurance, and fire protection engineering. He is proficient in ensuring a high level of attention to DOE and contractor compliance, risk management, coordinating multiple projects with competing priorities involving emergency response, safety initiatives, quality control, fire protection engineering, and organizational performance oversight. He has experience in guiding sizeable cross-functional teams as well as instructing, training, coaching, and motivating staff.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Science in Fire Science from Lake Superior State University.
As Deputy Fire Chief at the Hanford Fire Department, Adam provided strong organizational leadership, programmatic management, and strategic supervision.
He has provided and ensured successful and direct emergency response incident support to HFD Incident Commanders through risk analysis, preplanning, and targeted deliberate management actions.
Adam has responded to emergency events and supported successful incident response and management. Notable events include the 2016 Range 12, 2017 Silver Dollar (11K acres), 2018 LIGO (3K acres), 2018 ENW (14K acres), 2019 Cold Creek, and the 2019 Gable Mountain (5K acres) wildland fires, in addition to the 2017 Purex Tunnel collapse event on the Hanford Site.