Tim Nichols, Ubiquitech LLC
Tim Nichols has extensive experience in warship design and construction both in international and
domestic shipyards. He joined GE Marine & Industrial Engine Division in 1974 where he spent the next
15 years developing global marine propulsion markets for GE marine gas turbines. Subsequently, he held
international leadership positions at GE supporting the growth of their aerospace businesses. Then he
moved to the aerospace information-technology industry eventually retiring from Siemens in 2017.
He is now president of Ubiquitech LLC, an independent consulting company. Tim holds a BS degree from the
US Naval Academy and two graduate degrees from MIT. He has published technical papers with the ASNE and
RINA. Most recently, he has organized and executed an annual Global Shipbuilding Executive Summit(GSES)
with ASNE starting in 2010. GSES XII will be held in late 2021. The summits have brought together senior
executives from the global naval shipbuilding industry to share best practices and innovations to
enhance the productivity of naval shipbuilding and the performance of USN naval shipbuilding programs.
Tim received the ASNE Frank G. Law Award in 2017 for his dedicated service to the advancement of ASNE
and naval shipbuilding productivity.
CAPT Mike Good, USN (ret.)
Michael Good, CAPT USN (Ret) was commissioned in 1983 through the NROTC scholarship program with a
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Marquette University. He later earned a Master of
Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School.
He qualified as a Surface Warfare Officer in USS JACK WILLIAMS (FFG 24) and served at sea for 36 months
as Ordnance Officer and Damage Control Assistant. He was subsequently selected for the Engineering Duty
community and served over 20 years as a Navy Acquisition Professional. His acquisition career included
tours in ship repair at Puget Sound NSYD, systems engineer for SC-21/DDG-1000, Action Officer in OPNAV
N86, SUPSHIP Bath, AEGIS DDG-51 shipbuilding, AEGIS Combat Systems Engineering, and Supervisor of
Shipbuilding (SUPSHIP) Management, culminating in his tour as Major Program Manager for LCS Mission
Modules (PMS 420).
He retired from active duty in June 2010 and leads NAVPRO Consulting LLC, an independent consultancy
providing expertise to the Navy and defense industry. Tasking includes providing support to the Director
for Science and Technology at PEO Ships on the Flexible Ships initiative.
Perry Haymon, Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII)
Mr. Haymon is a Manager and the Chief Technology Engineer, at Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula,
Mississippi. Perry is external representative of the Research and Development Department at Ingalls.
Perry has over 30 years of shipbuilding experience primarily in the areas of electrical and combat
systems, all at Ingalls Shipbuilding. He has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE).
During his 30+ years at Ingalls Shipbuilding he has supported programs including Electromagnetic Pulse
Radiation Environment Simulator for Ships (EMPRESS) II test program, preformed Electromagnetic
Interference (EMI) testing on CG 47 Class Ships, Lead Shipbuilder Special Studies (SSS) for the DDG 51
Program, was the Electromagnetic (EM) Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the DD(X) Composite Deckhouse, was
the Technical Lead for Ingalls Shipbuilding on the CG(X) MOD Repeat Program and had the Technical Lead
or Program Management responsibility of many other research and development efforts at Ingalls.
Tony Winter, Vice President of Project Delivery at Victoria Shipyards
Tony was named the Vice
President, Project Delivery, at Victoria Shipyards (Seaspan) in early 2019, and brings over 28 years of
marine industry knowledge and expertise to this role. Tony served in the Royal Australian Navy from 1987
to 2006, after which his technical expertise brought him to Canada, where he worked as an applications
developer and technical representative before joining Victoria Shipyards in 2011, as a Project
Controller on the Submarine Program. Tony held progressively more senior roles in that program,
culminating with a successful five-year stint at its helm, as Director. Tony holds a Bachelor of
Engineering with first class honours from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. He is a
Professional Engineer with Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia, and is a Project Management
Professional with the Project Management Institute. As Vice President, Project Delivery, Tony is
responsible for Seaspan’s execution of the Royal Canadian Navy’s Halifax-Class Work Period
Contract, and Victoria-class In-Service Support Contract, the Royal New Zealand Navy’s ANZAC
Frigate System Upgrade, and TOTE LNG Upgrade Programs, and other government projects.