Sal Beltran

Sal Beltran

Sal Beltran

Project Controls Manager, Bechtel Hanford

sbeltran@bechtel.com

Sal Beltran is a Project Controls Manager for Bechtel National Inc., where he is responsible for managing the cost and schedule for over one-third of the $10 billion Waste Treatment Plant—or “Vit Plant”—construction project in Richland, Washington. The project is one of the largest construction projects in the country.

Sal attended Eastern Washington University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and was a Distinguished Military Graduate. He is a former Army Officer, and proudly served our country as an Apache helicopter pilot for nine years in Alabama, Kansas, Germany, and Bosnia. Upon leaving the military, he and his wife returned to the State of Washington to raise their family.

Sal is active in the community, serving on a number of non-profit boards, including for the Trios Foundation, where he also chairs the scholarship committee, the Pasco School District Planning Committee, the Saint Patrick's Parish Council, and the Greater Pasco Recreation Foundation. He is a regular Math Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) lector. MESA is a statewide program that provides underrepresented students (grades 6-12) an opportunity to participate in Math, Engineering, and Science programs. Sal is also a frequent guest speaker at various schools around the Tri-Cities. He and his wife, Mary, have two children and live in Pasco.