Mr. Radtke has over five years of experience in conducting and supervising hydrogeologic field investigations for site characterization and conceptual model development for PFS, FS, and closure purposes. Investigations have included mine dewatering, water supply, wetland delineation and supplementation, pit slope stability, contaminant seepage remediation, and infiltration studies, among others.
He has experience in coupling multiple different technical disciplines (e.g., hydrogeologic, geotechnical, geochemical) into one field program. Duties have included hydraulic testing (pumping, packer, airlift, slug, and injection/infiltration testing), vibrating wire piezometer installation, production/monitoring well design and installation, RMR89 geotechnical logging, USCS soil logging, and water quality and geochemical sample collection. He also has experience in developing and managing environmental databases.
B.S. (Geophysics), 2017
University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, USA
Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME)