After graduating from Clemson University, Nick began his career with Bechtel at Savannah River Site working in the nuclear sector on government-contracted tritium extraction. Nick then moved to Jacobs Engineering to work on small and large EPC projects in the chemicals and oil and gas industries. In addition, Nick has spent extensive time in the pulp and paper industry working on projects mill-wide while specializing in Paper Machine and Winder coordinated drives systems. The project engineering involved in these projects highlighted Nick’s all-in work ethic and straightforward communication style across all project levels. Nick is known for adjusting and adapting quickly to changing project conditions while maintaining both project schedules and budgets. Before coming to Isomer Project Group as a partner, Nick spent time working as a senior project engineer for a development focused company performing collaborative front-end engineering design and development projects.
Nick and his wife Jennifer live in Greer with their two boys, Alex and Stephen. As animal lovers, they also have two dogs, two cats, three fish, and a bearded dragon who expect to be spoiled daily. Jennifer works in bulk sales and community relations with Barnes & Noble. The Remeta’s spend their free time enjoying local restaurants, visiting state parks, and cheering on the Chicago Cubs and the Clemson Tigers. A self-confessed audiophile and gearhead, Nick splits time between hunting down his favorite LPs and turning wrenches on his Cadillac CTS-V and Oldsmobile Cutlass.
This effort centered around providing early-stage project development services for a brownfield wood pellet plant rated at 150,000 metric tons per year. Residuals from nearby sawmills made up all of the feedstock used for this project. ..
This effort included the front-end engineering, detailed design, and construction oversight over the complete winder replacement of the paper machine.
This effort included detailed engineering on a four project Anaerobic Digestion to biogas program with site locations in Georgia and California. The facilities were located on existing dairy farms of approximately 12,000 cows each...
This effort was an independent technical review of a propylene glycol facility design combining existing, proven technologies and new proprietary reactor technology. The plant design converts low-value waste biodiesel crude glycerol ...
Isomer provided detailed design for a $6 million battery storage project to enhance grid stability by providing additional capacity during times of peak consumption for the city utility.