Todd Keay brings over three decades of expertise to projects located throughout the U.S. and South America, where he has led large-scale exploration and water supply development programs in complex and varied hydrogeologic settings. Not only is he skilled in all aspects of field operations, but he also has extensive experience assessing the potential for and impacts of developing groundwater resources for drinking water and industrial supplies.
Todd specializes in helping our mining and industrial clients meet their project’s design, permitting, and compliance requirements, providing critical support during feasibility studies and EIS processes. Where appropriate, he recommends and oversees the use of geophysical tools and cutting-edge downhole aquifer characterization techniques in conjunction with traditional hydrogeologic approaches. His integrated approaches ensure that the necessary site-specific and regional data is available to decision makers.
He recently served as the hydrogeology subject matter expert on a technical evaluation group for the review of proposed plans for a major copper mine in Utah.