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Gerry J. Enigk
Gerry J. Enigk, P.E.
Manager of Engineering
Energy & Mineral Resources
M.S., Environmental Science, West Virginia Graduate College, 1994
B.S., Mining Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, 1976
West Virginia, Registered Professional Engineer, License No. 9174, 1983
West Virginia Mine Foreman Certification, No. 29705, 1977
OSHA 40-Hour Health & Safety Training, Certificate No. 007437, 1995
MSHA Qualified Impoundment Inspector, 1998
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) Approved Person for Quarrying and Reclamation
Experience Gerry Enigk's background is in mine planning, design engineering, and feasibility studies of mine properties both domestically and abroad. He conducts geotechnical evaluations of mining conditions and evaluates mine subsidence. Mr. Enigk is responsible for engineering design, surveying, and permit preparation work for mine properties. He conducts Environmental Site Assessments and evaluates post-closure obligations for mining properties. Past projects have included: evaluation and computer simulation of mine ventilation systems; industrial demolition and site reclamation of a coal preparation and base metals processing plant; design, permit preparation, field survey work, construction and reclamation supervision for breaching and excavation of coal refuse impoundments; design, permit preparation, and feasibility study for reprocessing and reclamation of coarse and fine coal refuse areas; weekly impoundment monitoring as required by MSHA; and annual impoundment report preparation as required by MSHA.