Senior Geotechnical Engineer
Graham Dick, M.A.Sc., P.Eng. (ON, BC), is a Geotechnical Engineer focusing on rock slope engineering, landslide monitoring, and rock storage facilities. Graham has led geotechnical field investigations, designs, and inspections for open pits, natural landslides, and rock storage facilities. Graham is a specialist in ground deformation monitoring for slope stability as well as block-cave mining induced subsidence. Graham has experience installing and analyzing numerous types of surface and subsurface instrumentation, including ground-based slope stability radar and terrestrial laser scanning.