President – Principal Mining Engineer
Antonio (Tony) Loschiavo, P.Eng.
With over 20+ years of practical experience in both mining operations and consulting, specializing in open pit, mine design and planning, ore resource/reserve evaluation, and economic analysis, Tony is well recognized as a Senior Mining engineer. Tony has worked on major projects in Canada, Europe, Russia, Central and South America and has held senior positions with several mining companies. He is an enthusiastic leader who is customer driven and uses tools from his background in Six Sigma and is also a proficient user of Vulcan, QPit, Whittle and others specialty software programs. Functional in Italian and Spanish.
Associate Principal Geologists
Allan Reeves, P.Geo.
With over 35 years experience in mining and geology, Allan’s focus over the past eight years has been on due diligence investigations for mining companies and financial institutions. He has also consulted for junior miners and exploration companies. Projects have covered a range of minerals, including gold, diamonds, silver, copper, lead and zinc. Allan has worked in Colombia, Lesotho, Australia, Canada, the United States, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru.
Allan’s unique work history, coupled with the creative solutions he brings to the table, result in exemplary work executed with exceptional organizational skills. Environmental awareness and cross-cultural training has enabled him to handle skill-building programs and address local hiring. He is proficient with AutoCAD, Geovia’s GEMS, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project.
Associate Principal Permitting Manager
Kim has worked in the BC mining industry for more than thirty years, with open pit mine operations experience for 16 years. Recognized in the areas of: Mine Reclamation/Closure planning and implementation, Environmental Auditing – Regulatory and EMS and BC legislative permitting for mining operations and exploration programs (Environment Management Act/Mines Act/Notice of Work permits). Successful in managing regulatory compliance and permitting for Operations and leading environmental compliance and EMS audits at operating mines and exploration projects globally. Kim is the Secretary/treasurer of the Environmental and Social Responsibility Society with the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (CIM), Vice-Chair of the Land Access and Use Committee of the BC Association of Mineral Exploration, and is involved with the BC Technical Research and Reclamation Committee. She holds a BA, Geography – Environmental Studies, University of British Columbia, and is experienced in indigenous and community consultation and StakeTrackerTM, which is consultation software. Kim maintains a strong and long standing reputation as a published author and presenter within the Mining, Environmental and Permitting communities.
Associate Principal Project Manager
Herb has 30 years’ experience in mine development and operations, with the last 18 years in supervisory and management positions. He has managed projects in Western and northern remote areas of Canada, Mexico, South America, and Eastern Europe, with budgets up to $70 million CAD. Projects have included, but not limited to: Rosario, Arista Mine and Mercedes Projects, Mexico; Oracle Ridge Copper Project, USA & Langlois Mines, Canada. Extensive experience in safety, planning, budgeting, manpower and equipment procurement’s, administration, regulatory and community relations. Deep practical knowledge with various underground mining methods and procedures, most notably narrow vein gold. Managed and / or been responsible for civil projects including mill /plant construction, waste management containment facilities, camp construction, etc. Herb is proficient with AutoCad, and holds various industry certifications including Common Core, First Aid, Mine rescue. Obtained BBA at the Athabasca University in AB.