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MWH Phillip CrousePhil Crouse

Principal Engineer, Americas Region

Phil has been delivering infrastructure design and construction projects for the mining and industrial industry for more than 27 years. He has been the Principal-In-Charge of complex multi-disciplinary projects for mine development, reclamation, closure, solid and hazardous waste disposal facilities in Africa, Europe, and North and South America. One could say infrastructure engineering and construction is in Phil’s blood. While growing up, Phil gained experience working at his family’s heavy civil construction business; he has used this experience to create safe, innovative solutions that meet the unique needs of each customer, therefore, further developing his passion for customer service. His technical expertise is in geotechnical and geo-environmental engineering, containment facilities, liners and covers, geosynthetics, slope stability, water and material balance, erosion and surface water control, groundwater collection systems, slurry walls, demolition, subsurface investigations and dams. Phil received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from University of Wyoming and his M.S. in Civil Engineering with a geotechnical focus from the University of Colorado.

 

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Associations, Awards and Certificates:

  • American Society of Engineers
  • Canadian Dam Association
  • Canadian Institute of Mining
  • International Mine Water Association
  • Professional Engineer in 9 States and Registered Civil Engineer in Peru
  • United States Society on Dams Mine Tailings Committee Member
  • Society of Mining Engineers

 

Latest Insight from Phil:

Engineering and Reclamation of the Holden Legacy Mine