Mr. Taylor has managed the design and construction of large scale engineering projects in the US, South America and South Africa. He has 25 years of multi-disciplinary experience in the engineering, management and operation of industrial projects and operations. His mining industry experience includes the design and closure of tailing impoundments, heap leach facilities and waste stockpiles. He has designed and overseen construction of diversion channels, pump stations, pipelines and process facilities. Mr. Taylor has a strong background in performing and reviewing a range of engineering analyses, such as stabilities of structures, pipeline design and channel design. He has managed engineered systems risk assessments, which have included assessing more than 30 site-wide environmental and engineered risk studies.
Industry Expertise (5)
Areas of Expertise (6)
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa: B.Sc., Civil Engineering 1984
University of Colorado: M.S., Applied Mathematics (Operations Research) 1997
- Society of Mining Engineering
Presentation to the Society of Mining Engineering, Prescott, Arizona 1997.
Presentation by Sam Abbaszadeh, Nathan Haws, Maren Henley, Stephen Taylor, François Swanepoel, Ron Eichhorn. Infomine Paper for Leach Heap Conference, Vancouver 2013.
Presentation by Nathan W. Haws, François Swanepoel, Stephen Taylor, Jason Weakley 2013.
Suite of Presentations to the 2014 AIPG/AHS National Conference hosted by the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) and the Arizona Hydrological Society (AHS) in Prescott, Arizona:
• Flooding, Erosion, Seepage and Treatment: Balancing Risk and Costs in Mine Closure Designs. (Stephen Taylor, Nathan Haws, Alexander Edstrom, Bill Kappel)
• The NEXRAD Revolution: Scientific Basis for Updating the HMR-49 Statistical Storm Intensities and PMPs. (Stephen Taylor, Nathan Haws, Alexander Edstrom, Bill Kappel)
• Probability and Risk Considerations in Sizing Mine Water Ponds. (Stephen Taylor, Nathan Haws, Alexander Edstrom, Bill Kappel)
• A Comparison of Hydrologic Designs Using HMR-49 and 2013 ADWR NEXRAD Guidance. (Stephen Taylor, Nathan Haws, Alexander Edstrom, Bill Kappel)