Oil Patch Bits: Denton joins AECOM Alaska as senior mining engineer
AECOM said July 24 that Stephen Denton has joined its team, bringing with him more than 40 years of experience in mining, consulting and construction. Steve is a third-generation Alaskan, and second generation graduate of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Mines.
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Denton spent more than half of his career at Usibelli Coal Mine Inc. near Healy, Alaska. During his tenure at Usibelli he held various upper management and vice president positions. In these roles, Denton was responsible for performing various functions which included design, permitting and management for new mine startups, coal process facility construction, international coal sales and marine coal export facility operation.
More recently, as an independent contractor he has worked on a number of projects throughout Alaska in public works and roads, marine facilities, exploration, permitting, mine development and operations, and construction. He also has significant project experience working on remote projects in the Arctic as well as experience working with Alaska Native corporations on natural resource development projects.
Denton is well known throughout the industry statewide and is affiliated with a number of professional organizations including the Alaska Resource Development Council, the Alaska Miners Association and the American Exploration and Mining Association.
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