Trevor Crozier

Principal Hydrogeological Engineer


Trevor Crozier M.Eng., P.Eng., has over twenty years of international consulting experience.  He has applied his expertise to mine water management, mine dewatering, tailings and water storage dam design and construction, slope depressurization and stabilization, environmental assessment, permitting, compliance monitoring and contaminated sites investigation, remediation and regulatory closure.  He has worked in a variety of northern, temperate and tropical regions.

Mr. Crozier was as a geotechnical engineering consultant to the mining industry from 1992 until 1997 where he acquired experience in the design (including seepage and stability modeling), investigation, analysis and construction (including materials QA/QC testing and construction supervision) of zoned earth embankments for tailings impoundments, heap leach pads and water storage dams.  During this period he completed many large site investigation and construction projects in the Yukon and British Columbia, Nevada, USA, the Republic of the Philippines, Australia and Argentina.

Mr. Crozier now specializes in contaminant hydrogeology, numerical groundwater flow and contaminant transport modeling and the assessment and remediation of contaminated sites.  He has applied his hydrogeological expertise to mine water management, open pit dewatering, numerical groundwater flow and contaminant transport simulations, Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) for power corridors and mining projects, Integrated Stormwater Management Plans (ISMP), slope depressurization and dewatering projects, excavation dewatering and the investigation and remediation of contaminated sites.  Mr. Crozier was appointed to the Roster of Professional Experts for Contaminated Sites in BC (2003 – 2011).