Recent News & Events from Paragon

Paragon is pleased to announce that the company has been acquired by Windjammer Capital Investors and the Paragon management team. As Paragon’s CEO Doug VanTassell explained, “We are thrilled to partner with Windjammer, as this will allow us to further develop and expand our product and service offerings to directly benefit our current and future customers.” (2021) Read the full press release »

Paragon announces the acquisition of Technology Resources (TR), a firm focused on nuclear reactor instrumentation and control system licensing and engineering support for the existing fleet and new reactors across the U.S. and around the world. Ted Quinn will join Paragon as an employee in a newly created role as VP of Licensing. Ted has more than four decades of experience in managing utility and DOE projects across U.S. and International sites. (2021)  Learn more and read the full press release »

Tighe Smith speaks on Instrumentation & Control Solutions for Small & Advanced Reactors at the Nuclear Engineering International Event. (2021)  Learn more »

David Mueller, the VP of Strategic Programs at Paragon, penned an article for Nuclear News: “PowerLabs, Paragon, and the Parts Quality Initiative.” (2021)  Learn more »

John Portillo, Paragon’s Senior Director of Nuclear Sales Operations, was featured in Nuclear News. He responds to the question, “What is the most difficult nuclear part to replace?” (2021)  Learn more »

Paragon accepted the award for USA Supplier of the Year for Technology & the Supplier-Partner “Cost Cutter” Award. (2020)  Learn more »

Paragon’s Doug Van Tassell (President & CEO) and Tighe Smith (VP of Business Development) were interviewed in Nuclear News. They spoke on the topic of having spare parts available quickly, efficiently, and at a good value. The duo also explains how the pandemic put a bigger focus on the accuracy and availability of critical parts. (2020)  Learn more »

Paragon was featured in an article about Utilities Service Alliance’s Material Cost Reduction project in Nuclear News. The article discusses how material cost reduction may be realized through cost-effective procurement scenarios, such as the application of commercial grade dedication, reverse engineering, and electronic component repairs. The article shares the insight of Dave Mueller, Paragon’s VP of Strategic Programs. (2020) Learn more »