Rachel Phillips attained her Bachelor’s of Science in Geological Engineering from Colorado School of Mines in 2011 and has since been working with BRS Inc. She is also MSHA Certified and an Engineer in Training (EIT). Mrs. Phillips’s responsibilities have included assistance with CAD drawings, geological interpretations and modeling, and technical report editing.
Representative AML Projects include: AML 16O – McIntosh Pit: Provided construction management for pond sealing as well as water quality monitoring. AML 16G – Day Loma: Assisted in the preparation of construction cross sections showing cut and fill as well as material classification, and other project drawings, AML 16N – D9 Project: Assisted in the preparation of final closeout report including graphic display and countering of final surface gamma levels. AML 17H 0 Statewide Coal: Assisted in preparation of as-built maps and close-out reporting.Representative BRS experience in uranium mineral resource projects include:Sheep Mountain Project, Fremont County, Wyoming, Coronel Oveido Project, Paraguay, SA, Juniper Ridge Project, Carbon County, Wyoming, Crownpoint Project, New Mexico, Virginia Uranium. Mrs. Phillips assisted in data entry, geophysical log interpretation, and geologic modeling on these projects. In addition, for the Sheep Mountain Project Mrs. Phillips has assisted with baseline data collection with respect to air, water, climatology, and radiological background conditions.
Mrs. Phillips enjoys spending time with her husband, Preston, and their daughter. She also enjoys frequenting the local coffee shop, reading, gardening, running, and baking.