JANET N. SHANGRAW, PH Surface Water Hydrologist
Ms. Shangraw is a Surface Water Hydrologist with over 30 years of technical and management experience relevant to surface water hydrology studies and NEPA. She has experience in the mining industry ranging from preparation of surface water studies pertinent to mine permitting to participating on interdisciplinary teams and managing the NEPA process for Environmental Impact Statements and Environmental Assessments.
Bachelor of Science; Watershed Science/Hydrology Colorado State University
1979 Fort Collins, Colorado
Professional Hydrologist certified by the American Institute of Hydrology (PH-806).
Owner/Hydrologist Janet N. Shangraw, Inc.
1996-present Littleton, Colorado
Vice President/Senior Hydrologist Hydro-Geo Consultants, Inc.
1983-1996 Lakewood, Colorado
Co-owner/Trainer Micro-Computer Training Specialists
1982-1983 Lakewood, Colorado
Hydrologist Geo-Hydro Consulting, Inc.
1981-1982 Lakewood, Colorado
Hydrologist Zorich-Erker Engineering, Inc.
1980-1981 Denver, Colorado
REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS NEPA EXPERIENCE
ACZ, Inc., U.S. Bureau of Land Management and Gold Fields Mining Company - Mule Canyon Open Pit Gold Mine, Lander County, Nevada. Completed surface water sections of the Environmental Impact Statement.
Climax Molybdenum Company and Sally Edwards Inc. (SEI) - Completed surface water portions of an Environmental Assessment for the Henderson 2000 Project involved the construction of a tramway from the Henderson mine to the mill. Provided a hydrology study for the 404 permit that described the preliminary design and water supply for a constructed wetland.