Jason G. Brown, P.G., Principal
Mr. Brown obtained his Bachelor of Science in Geology in 2004 from the University of Wyoming. After graduation, Mr. Brown took a position as a Field Geologist. As a Field Geologist, he worked on Abandoned Mine Lands mitigation projects performing exploratory geology, interpretation of boring and geophysical logging data, and general inspection of drilling and grouting operations. After working on subsidence projects, he then transferred to his old firms Construction Materials Testing (CMT) Lab and worked as the lead materials testing technician and manager for the CMT lab and personnel. Mr. Brown was responsible for scheduling personnel for various projects, equipment maintenance, and quality control for the CMT division. The CMT projects that he worked on ranged from small-scale residential projects up to multimillion-dollar treatment and processing facilities. While performing construction material testing, Mr. Brown gained experience with the inspection of post-tensioned slabs as well as more customary building techniques. Mr. Brown holds numerous certifications from the American Concrete Institute, including Concrete Field Testing Technician Grade 1, Concrete Strength Technician. In 2009, Mr. Brown obtained licensing as a Professional Geologist with the State of Wyoming. He then transferred back to working on Abandoned Mine Lands mitigation projects as a Lead Geologist, and was responsible for the general oversight of personnel on the mitigation projects he worked on, as well as interpretation of geological data obtained during drilling and logging operations. Mr. Brown has also completed numerous geotechnical investigations and has completed several exploratory drilling projects for energy production companies. Mr. Brown is a member of the Southwest Chapter of the Wyoming Society of Professional Engineers, and a member of The Geological Society of America. Mr. Brown left an engineering firm in 2014 to help form Western Engineers & Geologists, Inc.