M&A hydrogeologists venture deep underground

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looking upward from underground mineUnderground mining siteHydrogeologists from the Tucson office of Montgomery & Associates Chris Gregory and Natalie Speaks are working 7,000 feet beneath land surface installing vibrating wire piezometers for a mining client. This is the deepest underground any M&A staff have worked. Pictured here is the underground worksite.

To learn more about M&A’s experience with mine dewatering and underground monitoring systems design and installation, visit our mining hydrogeology and mine dewatering service pages or contact Chris Cottingham.