Premo Sabbatini is vice president, Central Planning and Process Excellence at Ingalls Shipbuilding. Premo is responsible for all planning, scheduling and process improvement activities at Ingalls.
Premo joined Ingalls Shipbuilding in 1986 as a planner for the USS Spruance (DD 963) overhaul. He has held positions of increasing responsibility in both central planning and program management organizations, to include manager of planning and scheduling, director of planning and scheduling, and deputy program manager for USS America (LHA 6).
Prior to his current position, Premo was Program Manager for the LHA class. In this role, he was responsible for the successful accomplishment of programs with formal authority, responsibility and accountability for planning and controlling program cost, schedule, and technical performance, and for accomplishing all requirements specified in the contract. He served as the company’s representative responsible for customer interface, integration and coordination of all functional disciplines and processes necessary to execute the contract.
As an active member of the Mississippi Gulf Coast community, he supports Ingalls Day of Caring activities, the United Way, Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and in 2020 assumed the role as the Executive Sponsor to the American Cancer Society.
Premo holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration from the University of Southern Mississippi and an MBA in operations management from American Intercontinental University. He and his wife, Michele, reside in Gulfport, Mississippi.
Employing more than 11,000 employees, HII’s Ingalls Shipbuilding division is the largest manufacturing employer in Mississippi and a major contributor to the economic growth of Alabama. For nearly 85 years, Ingalls has designed, built and maintained amphibious ships, destroyers, and cutters for the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Coast Guard. The largest supplier of U.S. Navy surface combatants, Ingalls is simultaneously building four classes of ships and has pioneered the development and production of technologically advanced, highly capable ships for the surface Navy fleet for decades. Our shipbuilders are honored to build tomorrow’s fleet today.
Updated November 21, 2022
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