Drew Crossley, RPEQ, CPEng

Drew Crossley is a Principal Civil Design Engineer based in Australia with more than 18 years of experience focused on designing mine and surface-water infrastructure, specifically geomembrane-lined ponds.

Drew Crossley is a Principal Civil Design Engineer based in Australia with more than 18 years of experience focused on designing mine and surface-water infrastructure, specifically geomembrane-lined ponds.

For the coal-seam-gas sector, Drew designs and constructs large multilayered concentrated brine ponds. Related work includes site inspections, concept design and optimization, preliminary and detailed design, along with construction support and certification. He also handles annual inspections of these ponds, prioritizing and developing maintenance plans, designing upgrades, and certifying completed works.

Drew also offers experience with drainage systems, ponds, culverts, reinforced earth gabion walls, general mine site earthworks, waste dumps and heap leach pads, and he manages large projects, including the overall civil design elements for copper, gold, and coal mines in Indonesia. His surface-water experience has included hydrology, hydraulics, and water-balance modeling used in the development of design packages.

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Career Summary of Drew Crossley, RPEQ, CPEng

  • Specialties: Mine-site and surface-water infrastructure; geomembrane-lined ponds; hydrology, hydraulics, and water-balance modeling
  • Practice Areas: Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering
  • Disciplines: Environmental Engineering
  • Education: BE, Environmental Engineering, Griffith University, 2004; ME, Environmental Engineering, Griffith University, 2009.
  • Registration: RPEQ, CPEng

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