Josh Stewart

Joshua C. Stewart, EIT, GIT
BS Mathematics
Purdue University – 2009

BS Geological Engineering
Colorado School of Mines – 2014

MS Geological Engineering
Colorado School of Mines – 2016
Engineering and Geological Technician

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:

Mr. Stewart’s responsibilities have included construction management and inspection, preparing field drilling logs, and technical report writing and editing.

Representative AML Projects include:

  • AML 16O – McIntosh Pit: Performed construction management, inspection, and reporting for South Spoils Excavation and South Spoils Final Grading Projects. Performed construction management, inspection, reporting, and assisted in design on the North Fill Construction statewide project.
  • AML 17H – Statewide Coal: Assisted in drilling and logging, geophysical log interpretation, characterization of coal seams and mine voids, and construction management.
  • AML 16G – Bullrush and Day Loma Statewide: Performed construction management and inspection for statewide drainage repair project, and prepared close-out reports.

Day Loma: Performed construction management and inspection for South Highwall Reduction Project (Phase 8).

  • AML 63-P3 – Monarch Subsidence: Performed construction management and inspection for subsidence repair project, identified additional subsidences in the field, and prepared the close-out report.
  • AML 17.6B – Statewide Subsidence Mitigation: Performed construction management and inspection of portal closures at Rainbow No. 7 and Reliance No. 3, and subsidence repairs at Dines.

Representative BRS experience in uranium resources projects include:

  •  Nine Mile Lake, Natrona County, Wyoming

Mr. Stewart assisted in data entry, geophysical log interpretation, and database verification.

CERTIFICATIONS AND REGISTRATIONS:

  • Engineer in Training (EIT)
  • Geologist in Training (GIT)
  • MSHA Certified

PUBLICATIONS:

Joshua C. Stewart, Wendy Zhou, Paul M. Santi, “Using an integrated remote sensing approach

for identification of bedrock and alluvium along the Front Range mountains, Colorado,” J. Appl. Remote Sens. 11(4), 046009 (2017), doi: 10.1117/1.JRS.11.046009.