Managerial Leadership

The success of FE&C lies in the great individuals that keep the company running.  We’ve hired only top-notch management capable of creating a vision then realizing it to its top potential.  FE&C key management each have years of industry experience and present creative and innovative solutions for each project. In addition, only top-level staff are used when creating project teams.

Bassel Younes

President & CEO

Younes is responsible for all aspects of FE&C. Younes is an established Mechanical Engineer and has over 22 years of progressive management experience in the nuclear remediation and construction industries. Younes held several different positions within the company before becoming President and CEO.  Those included, Project Manager, Chief Engineer, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and Chief of Operations (COO). 

Shannon Stemp

Chief Financial Officer

Stemp brings over 39 years of progressive accounting, financial planning, and auditing experience to her role as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).  She previously held the position of Finance and Accounting Manager for the company.  In her role as CFO she manages the Finance and Accounting, Procurement, and Contracts groups in the company.

Steve Klover

Vice President, ESH&Q

Klover has 34 cumulative years experience, including 26 years in the nuclear industry with extensive experience in the areas of radiation safety, construction site project safety, industrial safety, industrial hygiene, mechanical engineering and design, project management, software quality assurance and configuration control.  He has been a Certified NQA Lead Auditor for several years.  Klover’s experience also includes quality assurance, environmental management, regulatory interpretation and the development and implementation of new and innovative programs and procedures to meet regulatory requirements that have been audited and approved by numerous government agencies.

Jessica Blankenship

General Counsel

Blankenship is the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of FE&C.  Her duties include drafting and reviewing teaming agreements and subcontracts and managing interactions with outside counsel.  She serves as the point of contact for questions regarding interpretation of contract terms, Federal Acquisition Regulations and various agreements of which FE&C is involved.  Blankenship attended law school at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon where she worked for two years at the Marion County Prosecutor’s office trying misdemeanor cases.  Blankenship’s past experience includines working for Bechtel and for a commercial real estate development firm.