We are dedicated to growing and nurturing our people, cultivating their talents, embracing their ideas, and providing them with the training and development to reach their full potential. We are a family, building a thriving organization with great purpose, forging a new path in service, communication, safety and follow through. And our success relies on a strong, supportive culture, involved leaders and long-term commitments to our employees, customers and shareholders.
We believe our strength comes from a diversity of backgrounds, beliefs, ideas and opinions. Our leadership team represents a wide range of experience, industries and regions, and is continuously growing their capabilities to meet the evolving needs of our customers and benefit our people and shareholders.
And while each has a unique talent and character, the collective experience is greater than any one individual. Together, our passion, teamwork and commitment to quality drives us to celebrate, challenge and pursue paths that empower our people and organization to deliver higher levels of performance.
UNIFIED BY PURPOSE
Steve leads ASRC Industrial’s team of more than 4,000 craftspeople and professionals working in the environmental and industrial services fields. As CEO, he is responsible for establishing the vision for our organization and for executing a strategy that carries out our enterprise purpose—to leave things better than we found them. His priority is to deliver on our commitments to our team members, clients, and owners, the shareholders of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC).
A thirty-year industry veteran, Steve has experience in construction, environmental and field services, and facilities management. He first joined the ASRC family of companies in 1994 and has been an integral contributor to our enterprise over the years. Prior to joining ASRC Industrial in 2019 as chief operating officer, he served as operating group president for ASRC Federal’s infrastructure support and professional services. His responsibilities included management and oversight of mission critical projects and programs for Federal agencies throughout the United States and in 35 countries abroad.
Steve holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from the Cameron School of Business at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.
Brad is responsible for oversight and support of ASRC Industrial’s 28 operating companies. He works closely with leadership at each of our organizations to achieve operational excellence and promote a positive work environment. His strength in these areas is evidenced by his tenure with our operating group at RSI, where he played an integral role in fostering a company culture that resulted in RSI being named a “Best Place to Work” by Outdoor Magazine for three consecutive years.
Prior to his role as COO, Brad worked with RSI—an ASRC Industrial (AIS) company based in Oak Ridge, Tennessee—for 14 years. Starting as a field sampling manager and transitioning into the corporate office where he managed all facets of RSI’s business operations, he rose through key leadership roles before eventually becoming president. In his time with RSI, he also led the creation and served as president of RSI Services, the first Small Business Administration 8(a)-certified business in the AIS family as well as RSI’s first wholly owned subsidiary.
Brad brings extensive Federal environmental experience overseeing operations and execution of a broad range of contracts and sites involving radiological and chemical contamination. He has spent much of his career supporting the U.S Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management, which is responsible for the world’s largest environmental cleanup program. With more than 20 years in the industry, he has also worked as an environmental project leader, technician, and biology/ecology assistant for both private industry and the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers.
Brad is the 2019 recipient of the Postma Young Professional Medal for his outstanding achievements in community service with a focus on creating and preserving natural assets in the Oak Ridge and the surrounding area. He holds a MBA in Business Management from Lincoln Memorial University and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Lindsey Wilson College.
Tony Spagnola serves as Senior Vice President – Chief Financial Officer of ASRC Industrial. As the CFO, Tony is responsible for enterprise-wide internal controls, accounting, financial reporting and planning.
Tony joined ASRC Industrial in January 2020 with more than twenty-three years of leadership experience building, developing and leading both financial, as well as operational teams across multiple industries. Prior to joining ASRC Industrial, Tony served as a Business Consultant at global consulting firm RGP, where he managed a diverse portfolio of service and manufacturing clients, working to solve their financial and operational challenges. Before joining RGP, Tony served in senior leadership roles with Mastec Utility Services, Quanta Power and SelectBuild Mid-Atlantic.
Tony holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, as well as a Master of Business Administration with a Finance concentration from University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Graduate School of Business. Tony is a Certified Management Accountant and is Licensed Class A contractor in the State of Virginia.
Chad Horner serves as Senior Vice President and General Counsel for ASRC Industrial. He and his team represent the interests of our people, clients, and owners in contract negotiations, employment and labor matters, litigation and construction matters.
Chad joined AIS in April 2019 and served as Interim General Counsel from September 2020 to December 2021 before moving into the General Counsel role. Well respected by his colleagues and a supportive leader, he approaches each new challenge with dedication, determination, and thorough research and analysis to develop creative solutions to complicated problems.
Prior to joining AIS, Chad worked in firm and in-house positions in Little Rock, Arkansas; St. Louis, Missouri; and Wichita, Kansas; where he specialized in labor and employment issues. He holds a Juris Doctorate degree with honors from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts in History from McNeese State University.
Andrew McClain is Senior Vice President – People, in which capacity he is responsible for all aspects of the “employee experience” at ASRC Industrial, including: talent acquisition, employee engagement, compensation and benefits, talent management, learning and development, succession management, corporate communications, HRIS and labor relations.
Andrew brings more than 17 years of experience building and leading global teams responsible for developing and implementing dynamic people-focused programs. Prior to joining ASRC Industrial, Andrew worked for several Fortune 500 companies including ConocoPhillips, Royal Dutch Shell, and Oshkosh Corporation. Most recently, Andrew was the VP HR for Stanley Black & Decker where he led the human capital work streams for a number of strategic acquisitions including the iconic CRAFTSMAN brand from Sears Holding Corp. Over the course of his career, Andrew has lived abroad in Australia, The Netherlands and Belgium and has become conversant in several languages.
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics from Baylor University and a Master of Science in Management from Texas A&M University and is a certified Executive Coach.
Karen Kemp is Vice President of Sales and Marketing for ASRC Industrial. In her role, Karen leads enterprise-wide sales and marketing activities to drive growth and profitability for the organization.
Karen joined ASRC Industrial in June 2019 as National Strategic Account Manager. Prior to ASRC Industrial, Karen worked as a Business Development Director for JE Dunn Construction and was the Director of Sales and Business Development at Mavo Systems, an ASRC Industrial company.
Karen earned a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Concordia College and a Master of Arts in Liturgical Music from Saint John’s University.
Mike Lindsey is Vice President of Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) at ASRC Industrial. In his role, Mike leads the enterprise-wide health and safety organization.
Mike joined ASRC Industrial in April 2019 as HSET Director – Cleaning, Demolition and Remediation. Prior to ASRC Industrial, Mike worked as the Director, Environmental, Health and Safety and Quality at K2 Industrial Services, an ASRC Industrial company.
Mike holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a master’s degree in Industrial Hygiene from Montana Tech of the University of Montana. Mike is also a Certified Industrial Hygienist, a Certified Safety Professional and holds a NACE Coating Inspector Level 2 certification.
Chandi Prados is the Vice President of Operational Excellence for ASRC Industrial. In her role, Chandi leads enterprise-wide initiatives in both Finance and Operations.
Prior to joining ASRC Industrial in 2018, Chandi was with Arctic Slope Regional Corporation subsidiary ASRC Energy Services, for more than 20 years. Chandi has held various leadership positions within the ASRC family of companies that have positively affected the operations of ASRC Industrial. In this role, Chandi is the liaison between the Operating Companies and AIS Corporate. She also supports the COO in operational projects, such as claims support, project management cost training, fleet management and Federal program compliance.
Chandi holds an associate degree from South Louisiana Community College.
Steve Selecman serves as Vice President of the Environmental Services Division for ASRC Industrial. In his role, Steve is helping AIS consolidate its federal environmental business around the market-recognized RSI brand. This includes integrating recent and future environmental business acquisitions.
Steve has more than thirty-three years of project and operations management experience providing environmental and technical consulting services to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD), and federal civilian agencies. He joined the AIS family of companies in 2010 and served as Operations Manager and President of RSI before moving into his current position.
Before joining the AIS family of companies, Steve worked as a project manager, division manager, and operations manager. He has managed organizations up to $100 million in annual revenue across the eastern United States and in Canada. Prior to environmental consulting, Steve worked for 10 years in oil and gas exploration and production in Texas, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.
Steve is a registered professional geologist and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
TW Jackson serves as Vice President of the Industrial Services Division for ASRC Industrial. In his role, he helps ensure the companies under him deliver consistent results and strive for excellence.
TW joined ASRC in 2019, bringing with him more than 43 years of management experience in heavy industrial construction, including chemical, chemical plastics, petrochemical, biotechnical, infrastructure, pulp and paper, production pipeline, steel, modularization, and waste treatment projects in the United States and Mexico. His previous roles have covered all aspects of construction management activities, from proposal and estimate development through project turnover and client acceptance.
He keeps too busy to pursue percussion these days, but TW majored in Music at Troy University, formerly Troy State, in Alabama. He got his start in the construction industry while working summers to help pay for college.