Tim_Stepp

Mr. Tim M. Stepp

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Professional Information

Principal consultant - Big Sky Geopartners, PLLC

Environmental Engineer - Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)

  • Geophysicist Geological Engineer

Other

  • Seismic slope stability Landfill engineering GPR Borehole logging Geosynthetics for Containment Geosynthetics for Flow Engineering Geology
    Groundwater pumping

  • MSc or Equivalent
    • Field Geologist and Research Associate - Byrd Polar Research Center : 01/05/1990 - 01/05/1992
  • MSc or Equivalent
    • 1989 PhD Candidate - The Ohio State University : 01/08/1985 - 01/05/1992
  • BSc or Equivalent
    • Honors Geophysical Engineering - Montana Tech : 01/09/1979 - 01/05/1985
  • BSc or Equivalent
    • Honors Geological Engineering - Montana Tech : 01/09/1979 - 01/05/1985

  • Meloy Stevenson Award - Distinguished Service, Archie Bray Foundation for Ceramic Arts, 2012
  • Antarctica Service Medal, United States Navy, 1991
  • Outstanding Presentation - Honorable Mention, American Geophysical Union International Conference - San Francisco, CA, 1989
  • AMOCO PhD Fellowship 1985-88, The Ohio State University, 1985
  • Chester H. Steele Award - Outstanding Graduate in Geology/Mining, Montana Tech, 1985

  • Big Sky Geopartners, PLLC : ( 01/06/1985 - Present )
    • Principal consultant

    • Environmental, Land, Mineral, and Water Resource consulting services. Resource evaluations, drilling, geotechnical, GPR, geophysical prospecting, field data aquisition, slimhole logging, groundwater analysis & modeling, numerical analysis, bonding. Recent past clients include: Coeur Minerals (Spokane, WA); U.S. Bureau of Reclamation-Seismotectonics Branch (Denver, CO);
      Pegasus Mining (Helena, MT); and EPA Region 8 (Chicago, IL).
  • Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) : ( 01/04/1999 - Present )
    • Environmental Engineer

    • Solid Waste Program engineer involved in landfill &¬†remediation systems design/licensing; liner, cap, and leachate systems & seismic stability; regulation & inspections; financial assurance¬†& bonding; assistance on EA & rule drafts. Special projects involve management of groundwater and soil gas contaminants, asbestos, smelter soil, and coal combustion residual wastes from site cleanups.

Contact Information

158 Saddle Mountain Drive, Clancy, MT 59634, USA View on map

( 1) 406 459 5942

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