In late 2020, Broadbent was solicited to submit a proposal to conduct seeps and springs monitoring activities at a mine site in northeastern Nevada. In early 2021, Broadbent was awarded the annual contract, which included use of a helicopter over the course of multiple days to access twelve of the remote seeps and springs sites. Specific field work included flow monitoring, water quality sampling, and vegetation monitoring.
Broadbent’s field team included a collaborative effort between our Elko and Denver Offices. Don Andrae (Elko), who has 15 years of experience in coordinating and conducting these types of seeps and springs sampling and monitoring activities, and new hire Jennifer Krause (Denver), a biologist with a Master’s in Environmental Science, work together to complete these activities.
Broadbent provides field services at numerous mine sites in Nevada using an effective team approach. We assimilate into the existing workforce to help the overall team meet objectives in an effective and productive manner. Broadbent has a proven track record by identifying opportunities to optimize the work scope resulting in immediate and long-term cost savings.