Vice President, Mining Environmental Group
Bob Chambers is a geotechnical engineer with over 30 years’ experience in site assessment, design and environmental aspects of tailings, mine rock and water management for mining and water resource projects. His extensive experience includes water retention, tailings dams and impoundments, mine waste dumps, hydrogeology, mine geochemistry, environmental assessments, closure plans, and subsurface investigations.
He has worked on projects throughout Canada, as well as in the U.S., Mexico, Perú, Chile, Ireland, Slovakia and Southeast Asia. He has been involved in key projects including the MAX Molybdenum, Gibraltar and Myra Falls mines in B.C., Greens Creek Mine in Alaska, Escondida Mine in Chile, and the Tampakan copper-gold project in the Philippines.
Bob has a B.A.Sc. in Geological Engineering and an M.Eng. in Civil Engineering (Geotechnical), both from the University of British Columbia. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in British Columbia.